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BR ITISH FINE ART 
SECTION. 



OFFICES 
OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION : 



LONDON; 

CANADA BUILDINGS, 

KING ST., WESTMINSTia. 



PARIS: 

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GIFT OF 

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BRITISH COMMISSION. 



President : 
H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., O.C.S.L 



BEITISH FINE AET SECTION. 



COMMITTEE OF HEE MAJESTY'S COMMISSIONEES 

APPOINTED BT 

HIS EOYAL HIGHNESS THE PRESIDENT 
17 February 1877. 

The duke OF WESTMINSTER, E.G., Chairman. 

The lord DE L'ISLE AND DUDLEY. 

Sir COUTTS LINDSAY, Bart. 

Sir RICHARD.^ WALLACE, Bart., M.P. 

Sir FRANCIS GRANT, P.RA. 

Sir 




CoLONia. 

CHARLES BARRY, ^ Esq., F.S.A.^ (President of the 

Royal Institute of ^wt^K JArclut^cf s). 
FREDERICK LEIOHTON; Esq., E.'A"., Vice-Chairman. 
W. CAL]^B.MAIiSg:*4LI/^ E^Q.^ E»4-. 

EXECUTIVE. 
THE SECRETARY OF THE EOYAL COMMISSION. 



.SUPERINTENDENT OP THE PINE ART SECTION. 
CHAELES W. DESCHAMPS. 



CATALOGUE. 



FIRST GROUP. 



WORKS OF ART. 



Class I. — Oil Paintings. 
Paintings on canvas, on panel, and on other grounds. 

Class II. — Yabious Paintings and Drawings. 

Miniatures, water-colour paintings, pastels, and drawings of 
every kind ; paintings on enamel, earthenware and porce- 
lain ; cartoons for stained glass windows and frescoes. 

Class III. — Sculpture and Die Sinking. 

Sculpture in high relief, bas-reliefs, chased and repousse work. 
Medals, cameos, engraved stones, Niello work. 

Class TV. — Aechitectukal Drawings and Models. 

Studies and details. Elevations and plans of buildings. 
Restorations based upon existing ruins or documents. 

Class Y. — Engravings and Lithographs. 

Engravings, coloured engravings. Lithographs executed with 
pencil and with brush, chromo-lithographs. 



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LIST OF AMATEUES WHO HAVE KINDLY PLACED 
THEIR COLLEOTIOlSrS OF WOEKS OF AET AT 
THE DISPOSAL OF THE EOYAL COMMISSION 



HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. 
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. 



Names. 

Agnew, Miss Caroline 
Agne"w, Messrs. T,, and 

Sons. 
Agnew, William - 
Agnew, Mrs. T. - 
AUday, E. - 
Armstrong, Sir William 
Art Union of London, The 
Austin, Wm. 

Barber, J. - 
Barker, Mai or 
Baring, T. C, M.P. 
Barr, E. G. 

Baumann, A. - - 

Beaumont, Somerset 
Beale, Dr. Lionel - 
Beddington, G. H. - 
Bell, Alfred 

Bell, George 
Bessemer, Henry - 
Billing, M. - 
Bischoffsheim, H. L. 

Bishop, A. - 

Blackwell, T. 

Bodley, G. F. 

Bolckow, H. W. F., M.P. - 

Bollams, E. - - 



Addresses. 

Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester. 
Exchange Street, IManchester. 

Summer Hill, Pendleton, Manchester. 

Fairhope, Eccles, near Manchester. 

Sandon Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

444, West Strand, London. 

EUermede, Totteridge. 

20, Westbourne Terrace, London. 

Holmfield, Wakefield. 

8, Bishopsgate Street Within, London. 

76, HoUand Park, London. 

77, Holland Park, London. 
Shere, near Guildford, Surrey. 
61, Grosvenor Street, London. 
2, Pembridge Square, London. 
Bayford House, Rosslyn Park, Hamp- 

stead. 

York Street, Covent Garden, London. 

Denmark Hill, Surrey. 

Livery Street, Birmingham. 

Bute House, South Audley Street, Lon- 
don. 

Severne Villa, Highbury New Park, 
London. 

Brooks Hill, Harrow Weald. 

25, Church Row, Hampstead. 

Marton Hall, Middlesborough-on-Tees. 

Dudley House, Kenilworth. 



Names. 
Bolton, Lieut.-Col. - 

Bourne, S. - • 

Bowman, W. 
Bowring, J. C. 
Brassey, H. A., M.P. 
Brockbank, V/. 
Brocklebank, Ealpli 
Brooks, Henry 
Bullock, G. 
Bullock, G. W. 

Burges, "W. 

Burgess, J. B., A.R.A. 
Burnett, G. K. 
Burton, J.- 



Colin Miuton, 



Campbell, 

M.P. 
Carr, J. 
Carver, W. 
Case, Mrs. 



Cavendish, Lord Frederick 

Charles, M.P. 
Chapman and Hall, Messrs. 
Christie, W. L., M.P. 
Clabburn, W. H. - 
Clarendon Club, The 
Cleveland, The Duke of - 
Cochrane, W. 
Coleman, E. J. 
Collard, C. L. 
Cookson, W. S., Executors 

of the late. 
Coope, O. E., M.P. 
Cosens, F. W. 
Cosier, E. A. 
Cotman, T. W. 
Courtauld, Louis 



Craven, F. 



Addresses, 

4, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, Lon- 
don. 

Simla Villa, Waverley Street, Notting- 
ham. 

5, Clifford Street, Bond Street, London. 
Forest Farm, "Windsor. 

6, Cromwell Houses, London. 
Brockhurst, Didsbury, near Manchester. 
Childwall Hall, Liverpool. 

5, Hampstead Hill Gardens, Loudon. 
2, Holland Park, London. 
Ellesmere Park, Eccles, near Manches- 
ter. 
Melbury Road, Holland Park, London. 
205, Maida Vale, London. 
34, Phillimore Gardens, London. 
Tower House, Streatham. 

Stoke-on-Trent. 

Eyre Street, Sheffield. 
Old Trafford, Manchester. 
27, Inverness Terrace, Kensington, Lon- 
don. 
21, Carlton House Terrace, Loudon. 

193, Piccadillj^ London. 

Glyndebourne, Lewes. 

Norwich. 

Manchester. 

1, St. James' Square, London. 

Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Stoke Park, near Windsor. 

Eavensworth, Bournemouth. 



Eochetts, Brentwood. 

27, Queen's Gate, London. 

23, Upper Phillimore Gardens, London. 

Ipswich. 

3, Northumberland Avenue, Putney, 

London. 
Thornbridge, 3akewell. 



Names. 

Dalziel, E. - 
Dalziel, G. - 

De-la-Warr, Earl - 

Denny, P. - . - 

Dewhurst, H. - - 
Donald, J. - 

Eastlake, W. - - 

Eaton, H. W., M.P. 
Elliott, J. J. 
Ellis, Col. - 

Eennessey, Rodney J. 
Fenton, W. 

Fenwick, G. F. - 
Fine Ait Society, The 
Finlay, J. H. 
Firth, Mark 
Fishmongers, The Company 

of. 
Foley, J. H., The executors 

oi the late. 
Foote, Mrs. 
Foster, Birket 
Fowler, John 

Fox, G. 

Eraser, P. Allen 
Fry, C. E. 

Galloway, C. J. - 

Galloway, John, jun. 
Galloway, Hy. 
Galsworthy, J. - 
Gambart, E. 

Gamble, James 

Gassiot, C. - 

Geflowski, E. - • 



Addresses. 

33, Belsize Park Gardens, London. 
St. George's Terrace, Kegent's Park, 

London. 
Buckhurst, Withyam, Sussex. 
Helenslee, Dumbarton, N.B. 
Clough Hall, Huddersfield. 

5, Queen's Terrace, Glasgow. 

31, Buckland Terrace, Plymouth. 
1, Princes Gate, London. 
55, Baker Street, London. 
Portland Place, London. 

6, Langham Street, London. 

Dutton Manor, Langridge, near Pres- 
ton. 
39, Queen's Gate, London. 
New Bond Street, London. 
26, Glencairn Crescent, Edinburgh. 
Oakbrook, Sheffield. 
Fishmongers' Hall, London. 

Osnaburgh Street, London. 

Leigham Court Road, Streatham. 
The HiU, Witley, Surrey. 
Thornwood Lodge, Campden Hill, Lou- 
don. 
Ehnhurst Hall, Lichfield. 
Hospitalfield, Arbroath, Forfarshire. 
55, Baker Street, London. 

Thorneyholme, Old Trafford, Manches- 
ter. 

The Cottage, Old Trafford, Manchester. 

Manor Croft, Urmston, near Manchester. 

Coombe Leigh, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

Les Pabniers, Nice, Alpes Maritimes, 
France. 

24, Rich Terrace, South Kensington, 
London, 

Upper Tooting. 

21, Camden Road, London. 



Names. 
Gilbey, Hy. 

Gilbey, W. 
Gosling, S. R 
Graham, W. 
Grainger, C. 
Graves, Henry 
Gurney, J. 

Haag, Carl- 
Halford, A. D. 
HaU, H. T. 
Hargreaves. Col. - 
Harris, A. - 
Haslam, J. C. 
Hawkshaw, Sir John 
Hepburn, T. 
Heugh, John 
HiU, T. D. - 
Hill, Captain Henry 
Hodgkinson, H. 
Hodgson, J. Stewart 
Holden, Angus 
Holt, George 
Hopkins, R. 

Hornsby, E. 

Houldsworth, Jas. - 
Huth, Louis 
Hyde, H. J. 

" Illustrated London News, 
The proprietors of the. 

James, Sir Henry, Q.C. 
Jarvis, Lewis P. 

Kay, A. - 
Kennard, Coleridge 
Kennedy, E. S. 

Knowles, Kaye 



Addresses. 

1, Park Crescent, Portland Place, Lon- 
don. 
Elsingham Hall, Bishop Stortford. 
Lee House, Biddulph, near Congleton. 
35, Grosvenor Place, London. 
19, Bolton Gardens, London. 
Pall Mall, London. 
Sprowston HaU, Norwich^ 

Ida Villa, Lyndharst Road, Hampstead. 

50, Prince's Gate, London. 

Maid's Causeway, Cambridge. 

Maiden Erlegh, Reading. 

Lunefield, Kirkby Lonsdale. 

Gilnow House, Bolton. 

Hollycombe, Liphook, Hants. 

Clapham Common, London. 

12, Upper Brook Street, London. 

21, Grosvenor Place, London. 

53, Marine Parade, Brighton. 

26, Lower Phillimore Place, London. 

24, Princes Gardens, London. 

"Woodlands, Bradford. 

21, Water Street, Liverpool. 

Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 

Pall Mall, London. 
Claremont Villa, Rectory Road, Beck- 

enham. 
Coltness, Wishaw, N.B. 
28, Hertford Street, London. 
30, Tu&ell Park Road, London. 

Strand, London. 



New Court, Temple, London, 
Midland Road, Bedford. 

Cornhill Biggar, N.B. 
Lubenham, Market Harborough. 
6, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, Lon- 
don. 
Swinton Old Hall, near Manchester. 



Names. 
Leatiiart, James 

Lehmann, F. - - 

Leslie, G. D., R. A. - 
Levita, Emile 
Lewis, C. Mansel - 
Leyland, F. R. - 
Lindsay, Col. Loyd, M.P. - 
Liverpool, The Corporation 

of. 
Lucas, C. - 

McGavin, J. 
Macfarlaae, W. 
McLean, T. - - 

Magniac, C. 

Makins, H. F. 
Mappin, J. N. 
Mappin, NeAvton 
Marks, H. S., A.R.A. 
Marsden, A. M. - 
Marshall, W. B. - 
Matthews, C. P. - 
Mendel, Sam. 
Milbanke, F. A., M.P. 

Mills, Sir Charles Henry, 

Bart., M.P. 
Milliard, W. 

Morgan, J. S. 

Moir, Mrs. - - - 

Morley, S., M.P. - 
Moseley, J. 

Moule, Miss Penelope 
Moxon, C. - 
Muir, W. - 
Murrieta, Mariano de 

Nettlefold, F. 



Addresses. 

Brackendene, Gateshead, Northumber- 
land. 
15, Berkeley Square, London. 
8, Grove End Road, London. 
27, Ennismore Gardens, London. 
Ystradey, Llanelly, Carmarthenshire. 
49, Prince's Gate, London. 
2, Carlton Gardens, London. 



Warnham Court, Horsham. 

19, Elmbank Terrace, Glasgow. 

22, Park Circus, Glasgow. 

7, Hay market, London. 
Chester6eld House, South Audley Street, 

London. 

8, Palace Gate, Kensington, London. 
Conduit Lodge, Blackheath. 
Birchlands, Sheffield. 

15, Hamilton Terrace, London. 
King Street, St. James', London. 
Bellefield, New Brighton, Liverpool. 

23, Hertford Street, London. 
The Manor House, Chislehurst. 

5, Moreton Gardens, South Kensington, 
London. 

Camelford House, Oxford Street, Lon- 
don. 

Enderlie, Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston 
near Birmingham. 

13, Prince's Gate, London. 

12, Hyde Park Street, London. 

16, Upper Brook Street, London. 
Cringle Hall, Levenshulme, near Man- 
chester. 

East Dene, Bournemouth. 
61, Bedford Gardens, London. 
42, Holland Park, London, 
1 8, Pembridge Square, London, 

20, York Terrace, Regent's Park, Lon- 
don. 



Names. 
Nettlefold, J. H. - 

Newall, W. J. 
Nield, J. - 
Northampton, the Marquess 

of. 
Northhrook, the Earl of 

Office of "Works, Her Ma- 
jesty's. 

Pawle, F. C. 

Peace, J. Whitwell, M.P. ,- 
Pender, John, M.P. 
Pennington, P., M.P. 
Perrins, J. Dyson - 
Philip, G.,junr. 
Phillipson, Hilton - 
Pilgeram and Lefevre 
Pochin, H. D. 
Pooley, C. J. 

Pope, S., Q.C. 
Potter, E. Crompton 
Powers, J. - 
Prance, Keg. H. 
Pulley, J. - 
Purvis, F. H. 

Quilter, Wm. 

Eavenshaw, Eev. T. F. 

Keid, J. E.- 
Richards, T. 

Eoberts, Humphrey 

Eougier, Hy. 

Eoyal Academy of Arts 
(The Council of the). 

Eoyal Artillery Mess Com- 
mittee. 

Sandeman, A. G. - 
^andeman, J. G. - 



Addresses. 

King's Field, King's Heath, near Bir- 
mingham. 
33, South Street, Park Lane, London, 
Dunster, Rochdale. 
145, Piccadilly, London. 

Stratton, Micheldever. 

12, Whitehall Place,. London. 



Northcote, Eeigate. 

Hutton Hall, Guisborough, Yorkshire. 

18, Arlington Street, London. 

17, Hyde Park Terrace, London. 

Davenham Bank, Malvern, 

Caxton Buildings, Liverpool. 

Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

lA, King Street, St. James', London, 

Bam Elms, Barnes. 

Clarence Lodge, Victoria Park, Man- 
chester. 

59, Lancaster Gate, London. 

Eusholme House, Manchester, 

SwansAvell, Coventry. 

Frognal, Hampstcad, London. 

Lower Eaton, Hereford. 

Fairlawn, Carleton Road, Tufnell Park, 
London. 

28, Norfolk Street, Park Lane, London. 

Pewsey Rectory, Wilts. 
Woodburn, Rutherglen, near Glasgow. 
31, Cambridge Street, Birmingham. 
2, The Esplanade, Waterloo, Liverpool. 
1, Inverness Gardens, London. 
Burlington House, London. 

Woolwich. 



5, Ennismore Gardens, London. 
4, Carlton Terrace, Glasgow. 



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Sandeman, Lieut.-Col. 

Sartoris, E. J. 

Santurce, Jose de Murrieta, 

Marquis de. 
Schroeder, Baron H. von - 
Schwabe, G. C. 
Scott, W. H. 

Seeker, J. H. - - 

Shand, Lord 
Sibeth, E. - 
Simonds, B. 
Smith, George 
Stevenson, A. S. - 
Strahan, A. - - 

Street, G. E., R.A. 

Sutton, Sir Eicbard, Bart. - 

Taylor, James 

Taylor, T. = 

Temple, the Rt. Hon. Cow- 

per, M.P. 
Thompson, Sir Henry 
Tooth, A.- 
Turner, H. J. 
Twining, Eichard - 

Virtue, James 
Virtue, Messrs., & Co. 

Walker, J.- 
Walker, T. E., M.P. 

Ward, W. G. 

WardeU, J. - - 

Waring, Hy. 

Waring, Wm. 

Warner, The Eev. S. B. - 

Waterloo, W. B. - 

Webster, W. - - 

Wertheimer, C. J. - 



24, Cambridge Square, London. 

I, Studio, Campden Hill Eoad, London. 

II, Kensington Palace Gardens, Lon- 
don. 

The Dell, Staines. 
Yewden, Henley-on-Thames. 
St. Oswin's, Tynemouth, Northumber- 
land. 

8, South Eaton Place, London. 
Edinburgh. 

41, Cleveland Square, London. 
St. Mary's Priory, Eeading. 
15, Waterloo Place, London. 
Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

9, Hanover Terrace, Eegent's Park, 
London. 

14, Cavendish Place, Cavendish Square, 

London. 
Barton Court, Hungerford, Berks. 

Whirley, Wigan. 

1 , Hyde Park Gardens, London. 

Broadlands, Eomsey. 

35, Wimpole Street, London. 
5, Hay market, London. 
StockleighHouse,Eegent'sPark,London. 
184, Cromwell Eoad, London. 

Oatlands Park. 

294, City Eoad, London. 



Studley Castle, Studley, near Birming- 
ham. 
Newcastle Drive, Nottingham. 
Thomcliffe, Eathgar, Dublin. 
Beenham House, Eeading. 
39, Prince's Gardens, London. 
23, Stanhope Gardens, London. 
Hightrees, Eedhill, Surrey. 
8, St. Martin's Place, London. 
16,Ulster Place, Eegent's Park, London. 



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Names. 

Whalley, T. 
White, E. F. 
White, G. F. 
White, J. Forbes - 
Whitehead, J. - 

Whitelaw, A., M.P. 
Whitefield, G. B. - 
Willis, H. E. 
Wilson, J. - 

Wyndham, The Hon. Percy, 
M.P. 



Liverpool. 

13, King Street, St. James', London. 
1, Porchester Gate, Hyde Park, London. 
209, Union Street, Aberdeen. 
Park Hill, Higher Broughton, Man- 
chester. 
91, Eaton Square, London. 
The Hollies, Smallheath, Birmingham. 
The Shrubbery, Wolverley. 
Aucheneck, N.B. 
44, Belgrave Square, London. 



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12 WOKKS or ART. 

CLASS 1. 



Oil Paintings. 
ALMA TADEMA, L., A.E.A., H.K.S.A., 17, Titchfield Terrace, 
Eegent's Park, London. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours. Medal 
(^Paris'), 1864. 2nd class medal {Paris Universal Exhibi- 
tion, 18(j7). Knight of the Legion of Honour.^ 

1 . The Picture Gallery. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 

2. The Sculpture Gallery. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 

3. A KoMAN Emperor. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 

4. The Vintage Festival. Lent by Baron von Schrceder. 

5. An Audience at Agrippa's. 

Lent by Jose de Murrieta, Marquis de Santurce. 

6. A Fete Intime. 

Lent by Jose de Murrieta, Marquis de Santurce. 

7. After the Dance. Lent by H. F. Makins, Esq. 

8. A Roman Garden. Lent by Sir Henry Thompson. 

9. A Pyrrhic Dance. Lent by Charles Gassiot, Esq. 

10. Death of the First-born. 

Lent by Messrs. Pilgeram & Lefevre 

ALMA TADEMA, Mrs. L., 17, Titchfield Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London. 

11. A Blue Stocking. 

ANTHONY, MARK, The Lawn, Hampstead, Middlesex. 

12. Night, Storm and Darkness. Lent by James Leathart, Esq. 

ARCHER, J., R.S.A., 51, Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, 
London. 

13. "Rose." Lent by G. F. Fenwick, Esq. 

14. Little Miss Primrose. Lent by Emile Levita, Esq. 

AEMITAGE, E., R.A., 3, Hall Road, St. John's Wood, London. 

15. Serf Emancipation : an Anglo Saxon Noble on his Death- 

bed GIVES Freedom to his Slaves. 

Lent by The Corporation of Liverpool. 



CLASS I. — OIL rAIKTlNGS. 13 



AEMSTRONG, T., 121, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, 
London. 

16. A Music Piece. Lent by J. "Walker, Esq. 

AUMONIER, J., 136, Camden Road, London. 

(^Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 
London.) 

17. Water Lilies. Lent by W. Carver, Esq. 

18. Toilers or the Field. Lent by J. J. Elliot, Esq. 

(S'ee Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

BARNARD, F., Warrington House, Steele's Road, Haverstock 
Hill, London. 

19. The East End op Lojtdon on a Saturday Night. 

BAUERLE, C, 12, Dawson Place, Loudon. 

20. Portraits of their Royal Highnesses the Princesses 

Louisa and Victoria op Wales. 

Lent by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 

BATES, A. W., 2], Adelaide Road, London. 

21. Friends and Foes. 

BE A VIS, R., 38, Fitzroy Square, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, 
London.) 

22. Bringing up the Nets from the Shore at Scheveningen. 

Lent by Mrs. Foote. 

BOTTOMLEY, J. W., 46, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, 
London. 

23. A Race for Life. 

BOUGHTON, G. H., West House, Campden Hill Road, London. 

24. Snow in Spring. Lent by Humphrey Roberts, Esq. 

25. The Bearers of the Burden. Lent by Mark Firth, Esq. 

26. A Surrey Pastoral. 



14 WORKS OP ART. 

BRETT, J., 38, Harley Street, London. 

27. The Spires and Steeples of the Channel Islands. 

Lent by F. Pennington, Esq., M.P. 

28. Mount's Bat, Cornwall. 

BREWTNALL, E. ¥., 1, The Mall, Haverstock Hill, London. 
(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

29. The Sleeping Beauty. {See Water Colours.) 

BUTLER, Mrs. Qiee ELIZABETH THOMPSON), 76, Fulham 
Road, London. 

30. The Return from Inkermann. 

Lent by The Pine Art Society. 

CALDERON, P. H., R.A., Weston Lodge, Grove End Road, 
London. 

{Member of the Hoyal Academy of Arts, London. Medal 1st 
class {Paris Universal Exhibition of 1867) .) 

31. Home they brought Her Warrior Dead. 

Lent by Angus Holden, Esq. 

32. On Her way to the Throne. Lent by C. P. Matthews, Esq. 

33. Sighing his Soul into his Lady's Face. 

Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

34. Constance. Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

35. Victory ! Lent by J. Nield, Esq. 

36. Catherine de Lorraine, Duchesse de Montpensier, urges 

Jacques Clement to assassinate Henri III. 

Lent by 0. E. Coope, Esq., M.P. 

37. Margaret. Lent by Sam Mendel, Esq. 

CALTHROP, C, 31, Coleherne Road, S.W., London. 

38. Last Song of the Girondins. Lent by J. Pulley, Esq. 

CAMERON, HUGH, R.S.A., Albert Gate Studios, 6, William 

Street, London. 

39. Portrait of Mrs. Strahan. Lent by A. Strahan, Esq. 

40. Alone. Lent by J. MacGavin, Esq. 

41. Maternal Care. Lent by A. Kay, Esq. 



CLASS 1.^ — OIL PAINTINGS. 15 

CARTER, S., 10, Birch Terrace, South Kensington, London. 

42. An Eagle Fight in the Black Mount Deer Forest, 

Scotland. 

CAUTY, H. H., HighHght, Campden Hill, London. 

43. Nelly, daughter of R. P. Richards, Esq. 

CHALMERS, G. P., R.S.A. (died February 1877.) 

44. The End of the Harvest. Lent by J. Forbes White, Esq. 

45. Prayer. Lent by J. MacGavin, Esq. 

CHARLTON, J., 6, Fitzroy Square, London. 

46. Rescue. Lent by J. Carr, Esq. 

CLARK, JOSEPH, 394, Camden Road, London. 

47. Checkmate. Lent by Ch. Lucas, Esq. 
CLINT, A., 54, Lancaster Road, Westbourne Park, London. 

48. Twilight. 

COLE, VICAT., A.R,A., Little Campden House, Kensington, 
London. 

49. Autumn Gold. Lent by Ch. Lucas, Esq. 

50. The Day's Decline. Lent by Jas, Taylor, Esq. 

51. Summer Rain. Lent by A. G. Sandeman, Esq, 
COOPER, T. S., R.A., 42, Chepstow ViUas, West, London. 

52. On a Dairy Farm, Minster Marshes, East Kent. 

53. Amongst the Rocks. Glencoe, Perthshire. 

(^See Water Colours.') 
COPE, C. W., R.A., 19, Hyde Park Gate South, London. 

54. Selecting Pictures for the Royal Academy Exhibition. 

Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts. 

55. Maiden Strife. 1 

COTMAN, F. G., 10, Boscobel Place, Alpha Road, London. 

56. A Portrait Group. (^See Water Colours.) 

CRANE, WALTER, Beaumont Lodge, Wood Lane, Shepherd's 
Bush, London. 

57. The Renaissance of Venus. (5ee Water Colours.) 



16 WORKS OP ART. 

CROFTS, E., 54, Parliament Street, London. 

58. The Morning of the Battle. Lent by Lieut.-Col. Bolton. 

CROWE, EYRE, A.R.A., 33, Langham Street, London. 

59. The French Savants in Egypt. Lent by R. A. Cosier, Esq. 

" Loud shouts of laughter used to burst from the ranks while 
forming to receive the Mamelukes, as the General of Division 
called out, with military precision, ' Let the Asses and the Savans 
enter within the square.'" — Vide Las Cases and Saintine ; 
Expedition d'Egypte. 

60. Prayer at St. Maclou, Rouen. 

DAVIS, H. W. B., R.A., 18, St. John's Wood Road, London. 

61. Mares and Foals. 

62. Contentment. 

63. The Approach of Night. 

DONALDSON, A. B., 10, Argyll Road, Kensington, London. 

64. The Pope's Budding Staff brought to Tannhauser. 

(^ee Water Colours.') 

DILLON, F,, 13, Upper Phillimore Gardens, London. 

65. House op the Sheikh Sadat, Cairo. {See Water Colours.) 

ELMORE, A., R.A., 1, St. Alban's Road, Kensington, London. 

66. Mary Queen of Scots and Darnley at Jedburgh. 

Lent by Angus Holden, Esq. 

67. After the Fall. Lent by Hy. Waring. Esq. 

68. LuCREZiA Borgia. Lent by John Pender, Esq., M.P. 

69. Lenore. 

70. On the Housetops, Algiers. 

FAHEY, E. H., 10, Elsham Road, Kensington, London. 
{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Coloitrs, London.) 

71. He Never Came. Lent by Sir Charles Henry Mills, Bart, M.P. 

{See Water Colours.) 

FIELD, W., East Heath Studio, Hampstead, London. 

72. Come unto these Yellow Sands. 

Lent by the Exors. of the late W. S. Cookson, Esq. 



CLASS 1.— OIL PAINTINGS. 17 

TILDES, LUKE, Melbury Road, Kensington, London. 

73. Applicants por Admission to a Casual Ward. 

Lent by Thos. Taylor, Esq.. 

FISHER, MARK, 2, The Mall, Haverstock Hill, London. 

74. Fen Meadows. Lent "by John Whitehead, Esq. 

75. A Scotch Hillside. Lent by Hy. Galloway, Esq. 

(^See Water Colours.') 

FRITH, W. P., R.A., 7, Pembridge Villas, Bayswater, London. 
(^Medal, 2nd class (JParis Universal Exhibition 0/1855).) 

76. The Salon d'or, Hombourg. Lent by W. Cox, Esq. 

77. The Derby Day. Lent by E. Gambart, Esq. 

78. The Railway Station. Lent by Hy. Graves, Esq. 

79. Charles II. last Sunday at Whitehall. 

Lent by C. P. Mathews, Esq. 

80. Under the Doge's Palace, Venice. Lent by Col. Ellis. 

GALE, W., 9, Belsize Crescent, London. 

81. Spoils op War. 

GILBERT, SIR JOHN, R.A., Vanbrugh Park West, Black- 
heath. 
(^President of the Society ofPaijiters in Water Colours, Londo7i.y 

82. Richard II. resigning the Crown to Bolingbroke. 

Lent by the Corporation of Liverpool. 

83. The Arrest of Hastings. Lent by J. H. Nettlefold, Esq. 

84. Cardinal Wolsey at Leicester Abbey. 

85. Doge and Senators op Venice in Council. 

(iS'ee Water Colours.) 

GIRARDOT, E. G., The Studio, Upper Park Road, Haverstock 
Hill, London. 

86. Mamma's Flowers. 

GOOD ALL, F., R.A., Graemes Dyke, Harrow Weald. 

87. The Head of the House at Prayer. 

Lent by John Heugh, Esq^.. 

A 9 



18 WORKS OF ART. 

88. Eachel. Lent by H. W. E. Bolckow, Esq., M.P. 

89. Glencoe. Lent by T. Blackwell, Esq. 

90. Spring. Lent by T. Blackwell, Esq. 

91. The Time of Eoses. 

GEAHAM, T., Stanhope Yard, Delancey Street, London. 

92. The Tirewoman. Lent by J. E. Eeed, Esq. 

93. The Gipsy's Last Halt. Lent by J. H. Einlay, Esq. 

GEANT, SIE FEANCIS, P.E.A., 27, Sussex Place, Eegent's 
Park, London. 

94. His Eoyal Highness the Duke of Cambridge at the 

Battle of the Alma. 

95. Portrait of Lord Gough. 

Lent by the Eoyal Artillery Mess Committee. 

96. The Cottesmore Hunt. Lent by Sir Eichard Sutton, Bart. 

GEAVES, THE HON. HY., 19, Albert Mansions, Victoria 
Street, London. 

97. Portrait of Countess De-La-Warr. 

Lent by the Earl De-La-Warr. 

GEEEN, C, Charlecote, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. 
(JMemher of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.') 

98. Old Neighbours. 

(^See Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

GEEGOEY, E. J., 6, Abercorn Place, St. John's Wood, London. 
(Member of the Institute of Paiiiters in Water Colours, London.) 

99. Dawn. Lent by G. E. Burnett, Esq. 

100. Portrait. Lent by E. Geflowsky, Esq, 

(S'ee Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

HAEDY, HEYWOOD, Duncroft House, Grove End Eoad, 
St. John's Wood, London. 

101. Ulysses feigning Madness. 

Lent by T. E. Walker, Esq., M.P. 

102. Christmas Eve. Lent by G. E. Burnett, Esq. 



CLASS 1. — OIL PAINTINGS. 19 

HEMY, C. N., Myrtle Lodge, North End, Eulham, Londou. 

103. Shields Harbour. Lent by Mariano de Murrieta, Esq. 

104. The Limehouse Barge Builders. 

Lent by Lieut.- Col. Sandeman. 

HERDMAN. RT., R.S.A., St. Bernard's, Bruntsfield Crescent, 
Edinburgh. 

10.5. Portrait of Mrs. Shand. 

Lent by the Honourable Lord Shand .. 

HERING, G. E., 45, Grove End Road, London. 

106. Midst Northern Hills. 

HERKOMER, H., Dyreham, Bushey, Herts. 

(Member of the Listitute of Painters in Water Colours, London.') 

107. The Last Muster. Lent by C. E. 'Ftj, Esq. 

108. After the Toil of the Day. 

Lent by C. Mansel Lewis, Esq. 
{See Water Colours and Etching s.y 

HODGSON, J. E., A.R.A., ^, Hill Road, St. John's Wood, 
London. 

109. The Modern AcTiEON. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

110. The Armourer's Shop. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

111. The Needy Knife Grinder. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

HOLL, FRANK, 4, Camden Square, London. 

112. The Lord gave and the Lord taketh away, Blessed be 

the Name op the Lord. Lent by F. C. Pawle, Esq. 

113. Leaving Home. Lent by Captain Hill.. 

HOLLOWAY, C. E., Hogarth Club, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy 

Square, London. 
(Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London. y 

114. The Flood; Windsor, 1877. Lent by H. T. HaU, Esq. 

(See Water Colours.) 
A 10 



20 "WOEKS OF ART. 

HUNT, A. W., 1, Tor Villas, Campden Hill, London. 
(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours, London.) 

115. Summer Days for Me. Lent by W. J. Newall, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.) 

HUNTER, COLIN, Melbury Road, Holland Park, London. 

116. Trawlers wAiTiifG for Darkness. 

Lent by A. S. Stevenson, Esq. 

117. Running Ashore. Lent by J. Donald, Esq. 

INCHBOLD, J. W., 38, Grosvenor Street, London. 

118. Scarborough. 

JOHNSON, C. E., Morven House, Steele's Road, Haverstoek 
Hill, London. 

119. An Autumn Eloob. Lent by S. Morley, Esq., M.P. 

JOHNSTON, A., 46, Fitzroy Street. 

120. The Turning Point. Lent by W. Millward, Esq., M.P. 

JONES, E. BURNE, Tbe Grange, Nortb End, Eulham, London. 

121. The Beguiling of Merlin. Lent by F. R. Leyland, Esq. 

(^See Water Colours.) 

JOPLING, Mrs., 8, Clareville Grove, South Kensington, 
London. 

122. A Modern Cinderella. Lent by Hilton Phillipson, Esq. 

KING, HAYNES, Camden Studios, Camden Street, London. 

123. First Steps. Lent by B. G. Barr, Esq. 

KNIGHT, JOSEPH, Tyntwll, near Llanrwst, Nortb Wales. 

124. A Sant)T Slope. Lent by G. W. Bullock, Esq. 

{See Water Colours, and Black and White.) 

KNIGHT, J. W. BUXTON, 20, Grafton Street, London. 

125. Winter. 



CLASS 1. — OIL PAINTINGS. 21 

LANDSEEE, SIR EDWIN, R.A. (born March 1802, died 
October 1873). 

126. The Connoisseurs (Sir Edwin Landseer and his Dogs). 

Lent by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 

127. The Indian Tent. 

Lent by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. 

128. Man proposes and God disposes. 

Lent by E. J. Coleman, Esq. 

129. The Ptarmigan Hill. Lent by J. Fowler, Esq. 

130. The Sick Monkey. Lent by the Earl of Northbrook. 

131. Swannery Invaded by Eagles. 

Lent by the Marquess of Northampton. 



LEHMANN, R., 1, South Villas, Campden Hill Road, London. 

132. La Lavandaja. Lent by J. C. Bowring, Esq. 

133. Portrait of Robert Browning, Esq. 

Lent by F. Lehmann, Esq. 

134. The Convent Dole. 

LEIGHTON, F., R.A., 2, Holland Park Road, London. 
(^Corresponding Member of the Institute of France.') 

135. Elijah. 

136. The Music Lesson. Lent by C. P. Matthews, Esq. 

137. Portrait of Captain Burton, Her Majesty's Consul at 

Trieste. (5'ee Sculpture.') 

LESLIE, G. D., R.A., Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, 
London, 

138. Fortunes. Lent by Wm. Waring, Esq. 

139. School revisited. Lent by Jas. Houldsworth, Esq. 

140. Pot-pourri. Lent by Wm. Fenton, Esq. 

141. Celia's Arbour. Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

142. Lavinia. Lent by J. Nield, Esq. 

LEWIS, C. J., Cheyne House, Chelsea. 

143. The Thames in June. 



22 WORKS OF ART. 

LEWIS, J. F., R.A. (died in 1875). 

144. The Courtyard of a Coptic Patriarch. 

Lent by Louis Huth, Esq. 

145. The Commentator on the Koran. _ 

Lent by Wm. Bowman, Esq. 

146. Mid-Day Meal. Lent by J. Dyson Perrins, Esq. 

{See Water Colours.^ 

LINNELL, JAMES T., Redbm, Surrey. 

147. Mowers. 

LXJTYENS, C, 16, Onslow Square, London. 

148. "Doncaster." 

MACALLUM, HAMILTON, 171, Stanhope Street, London. 

149. Shearing Wraick in the Sound of Harris. 

Lent by G. H. Beddington, Esq. 

MACBETH, JAMES, 23, Newman Street, London. 

150. Gareloch, on the Clyde. 

151. The Moor at Whistlefield. 

Lent by Hodney J. Fennessey, Esq. 
{^See Water Colours.^ 

MACBETH, NORMAN, A.R.S.A., 28, Saxe Coburg Place, 
Edinburgh. 

152. Portrait of Williajm Forrest, Esq., A.E.S.A. 

MACBETH, E. AV., 6, The Mall, Haverstock HiU, London. 
(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

153. A Lincolnshire Gang. Lent by E. Allday, Esq. 

154. Potatoe Harvest in the Fens. Lent by E. Allday, Esq. 

(^See Etchings.) 

MC CAELUM, A., 74, Bedford Gardens, Campden Hill, 
London. 

155. Temple of Abur Simbel, Nubia. 



CLASS 1. — OIL PAINTINGS. 29 

MACNEE, SIR DANIEL, P.R.S.A., 6, Learmouth Terrace, 
Edinburgh. 

156. POKTRATT OF MkS. WiSEMAN. 

157. Portrait op Mrs. J. Wilson. Lent by J. Wilson, Esq. 

MAC WHIRTER, J., 6, Marlborough Road, St. John's Wood, 
London. 

^^58. Into the Depths of the Forest. 

Lent by A. M. Marsden, Esq. 

159. A Fisherman's Haven. Lent by C. Moxon, Esq. 

160. Out in the Cold. Lent by Captain Hill. 

MARKS, H. S., A.R.A., 15, Hamilton Terrace, London. 
(^Associate of the Society of.Paijiters m Water Colours.^ 

161. The Apothecary. Lent by H. J. Turner, Esq. 

162. St. Francis and the Birds. Lent by Angus Holden, Esq. 

163. What is it ? Lent by G. Holt, Esq. 

(^See Water Colours.') 

MASON, G. H., A.R.A., died in 1872. 

164. Return from Ploughing. Lent by Her Majesty the Queen. 

165. Even-song. Lent by the Hon. Percy Wyndham, M.P. 

166. The Milkmaid. Lent by G. Hamilton Trist, Esq. 

167. Children Fishing. Lent by Wm. Agnew, Esq. 

168. Nelle Maremme. 

Lent by Sir Charles Henry Mills, Bart., MP. 

169. Children with Calves. Lent by E. J. Sartoris, Esq. 

170. The Cast Shoe. Lent by J. Stei^art Hodgson, Esq. 

MILLAIS, J. E., R.A., H.R.S.A., 2, Palace Gate, Kensington, 
London. 

171. Chill October. Lent by Sir William Armstrong. 

172. Hearts are Trumps. (Portraits of Mrs. Seeker, Mrs. 
Blennerhassett, and Miss Armstrong). 

Lent by J. H. Seeker, Esq. 

173. A Yeoman of the Guard. Lent by H. Hodgkinson, Esq. 

174. O'er the Hills and Far Away. 

Lent by Kaye Knowles, Esq. 



24 works of art. 

175. Thk North-west Passage. 

Lent by H. W. F. Bolckow, Esq., M.P. 

176. Yes or No ? Lent by Mrs. Moir. 

177. The Gambler's Wife. Lent by Messrs. T. Agnew and Sons. 

178. Portrait of Mrs. Bischoffsheim. 

Lent by H. L. Bischoffsheim, Esq. 

179. The Sisters. Lent by C. P. Matthews, Esq. 

180. Portrait of the Duke of Westminster. 

Lent by the Duke of Westminster. 

MOOKE, ALBERT, Holland Park Road, Kensington, London. 

181. Finis. Lent by T. McLean, Esq. 

182. Beads. Lent by Mariano de Murrieta, Esq. 

183. The Palm Fan. Lent by Mariano de Murrieta, Esq. 

MOORE, HENRY, 4, Sheffield Terrace, Kensington, London. 
(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

184. Rough Weather in the Mediterranean. 

Lent by E. BoUams, Esq. 

185. A Bright Morning after a Gale. 

Lent by J. Powers, Esq. 

MORGAN, F., 1, Cathcart Road, London. 

186. Haymakers. Lent by G. H. Beddington, Esq. 

MORRIS, P. R., A.R.A., 33, St. John's Wood Road, London. 

187. The Mowers. Lent by Captain Hill. 

188. The Reaper and the Flowers. Lent by Captain Hill. 

189. The Sailor's Wedding. Lent by W. Webster, Esq. 

MUTRIE, Miss A. F., 36, Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, 
London. 

190. Garden Poppies. Lent by Hy. Dewhurst, Esq. 

ORCHARDSON, W. Q., R.A., Kent Villa, Lansdowne Road, 
London. 

(Jlnd class medal, Paris Universal Exhibition o/1867.) 

191. The Queen of Swords. Lent by J. G. Sandeman, Esq. 



CLASS 1. — OIL PAINTINGS. 25 

192. The Bill of Sale. Lent by W. Maefarlane, Esq. 

193. Escaped. Lent by W. Maefarlane, Esq. 

194. The Duke's Antechamber. Lent by O. E. Coope, Esq., M.P. 

195. Portrait. 

OULESS, W. W., A.R.A., 43, Bloomsbury Square, London. 

196. Portrait of the Right Hon. Russell Gurney, late 

Recorder of London. 

Lent by the "Worshipful Company of Fishmongers. 

197. Portrait of H. D. Pochin, Esq. 

Lent by H. D. Pochin, Esq. 

198. Portrait of William Sale, Esq. 

Lent by the Clarendon Club, Manchester. 

PATON, SIR NOEL, R.S.A., 33, George Square, Edinburgh. 

199. The Good Shepherd. Lent by Her Majesty the Queen. 

200. Caliban Listening to the Music. Lent by P. Denney, Esq. 

PEELE, J. T., 14, Eitzroy Square, London. 

201. The Broken Necklace. 

PERUGINI, C. E., 141, Warwick Street, Eccleston Square, Lon- 
don. 

202. A Labour of Love. Lent by Hy. Bessemer, Esq. 

203. A Portrait. 

PETTIE, JOHN, R.A., R.H.S.A., 21, St. John's Wood Road, 
London. 

204. Terms to the Besieged. Lent by Wm. Waring, Esq. 

205. Portrait of the Right Rev. Bishop Ullathorne 

Lent by T. Richards, Esq. 

206. The Flag of Truce. Lent by Newton Mappin, Esq. 

207. Treason, Lent by Newton Mappin, Esq. 

208. The Threat. Lent by A. M. Marsden, Esq. 

209. Portrait in Costume of the XVL Century. 

Lent by A. Tooth, Esq. 

210. Portrait of E. S. Kennedy, Esq. 

Lent by E. S. Kennedy, Esq. 



26 WOKKS OF ART. 

PHILLIP, JOHN, E.A. (born 1817, died 1867). 

211. Doubtful Poetuis^e. Lent by P. W. Cosens, Esq. 

212. Round the Bkaseeo. Lent by John Powler, Esq. 

213. Dolores. Lent by Hy. Rougier, Esq. 

214. Wine Drinkers. Lent by Ralph Brocklebank, Esq, 

PICKERING, J. L., St. Alban's Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. 

215. Lonely Lands. 

POYNTER, E. J., R.A., 11, Albert Terrace, Knigbtsbridge, 
London. 

216. Israel in Egypt. Lent by Sir John Hawkshaw. 

217. Prosperine. Lent by Wm. Brockbank, E.9q. 

Exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1869. 

218. The Catapult. Lent by J. Whitwell Pease, Esq., M.P. 

219. "PoRTiTUDE."\ Cartoons executed in Mosaic for Westminster 

220. "Purity.'' J Great Hall. 

Lent by Her Majesty's Office of Works. 
(^See Water Colours.^ 

PEINSEP, VAL, 6, HoUand Park Road, Kensington. 

221. Reading Sir Charles Grandison. 

Lent by F. W. Cosens, Esq. 

222. Linen Gatherers. 

223. A Bientot. 

RAVEN, J. (died 1877). 

224. Aspens in Spring Bud. 

REDGRAVE, R., R.A., 18, Hyde Park Gate South, London. 

225. Starting for a Holiday. Lent by A. Baumann, Esq. 

226. Deserted. 

REID, a, R.S.A., 84, King Street, Aberdeen. 

227. Broadsea. Lent by J. Porbes White, Esq. 

RICHMOND, W. B., Beavor Lodge, Hammersmith. 

228. Portrait of Lady Frederick Cavendish. 

Lent by Lord Frederick Charles Cavendish, M.P. 



CLASS 1. — OIL PAINTINGS. 27 

229. The Lament op Ariadne. 

230. Angel Watchers. 

RIVIERE, BRITON, A.R.A., 5, Marlborough Road, St. John's 
"Wood, London. 

231. Charity. Lent by Col. Lloyd Lindsay, M.P. 

232. T)AN^EL. Lent by E. Crompton Potter, Esq. 

233. The Last of the Garrison. Lent by Col. Hargreaves. 

ROBERTSON, H. R., Steele's Studios, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

234. Winter. Lent by Newton Mappin, Esq. 

SANDYS, F. 

235. Medea. Lent by W. H. Clabburn, Esq. 

SANT, J., R.A., 43, Lancaster Gate, London. 
(^Principal painter in ordinary to the Queen.') 

236. The Early Post. 

237. Adversity. 

SMALL, WM., 194, Camden Road, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours!) 

238. The Wreck. Lent by S. Pope, Esq., Q.C 

(-See Water Colours.) 

SMART, J., R.S.A., 4, Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 

239. Among the Yellow Corn. 

STANHOPE R. SPENCER, 4, Harley Place, London. 

240. The Water Gate. Lent by G. E. Bodley, Esq. 

241. On the Banks op the Styx. Lent by J. Moseley, Esq. 

STAPLES, Mrs., 30, Trafalgar Square, Fulham Road, London. 

242. Will She? 

STOCK, F. R., Stanhope Yard, Delancey Street, London. 

243. Cinderella. 



28 WORKS OP ART. 

STONE, MAECUS, A.R.A., Melbury Eoad, Kensington, 
London. 

244. Rejected. Lent by Kaye Knowles, Esq. 

245. My Lady is a Widow, and Childless. 

Lent by James Virtue, Esq. 

STOREY, G. A., A.R.A., 58, St. Mary's Terrace, Paddington^ 
London. 

246. The Old Soldier. Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

247. Scandal. Lent by J. S. Morgan, Esq. 

TENISWOOD, G. F., Caton Lodge, Putney. 

248. Mountain Twilight. 

TOPHAM, F. W. W., Ifield, Prince Arthur Road, Hampstead. 

249. Winged Pensioners of Assisi. Lent by J. C. Haslam, Esq. 

WALKER, F., A.R.A. (born 1840 ; died 1875). 

(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours,') 

250. The Old Gate. Lent by G. E. Street, Esq., R.A. 

{See Water Colours, and Black and White.') 

WALKER, J. H., 4, Penywern Road, Earl's Court, London. 

251. Portrait of F. Leighton, Esq., R.A. 

252. Elsie, daughter of the Artist. 

WALLIS, HENRY, 24, Brecknock Crescent, London. 

253. At the Prison Window. Lent by J. Wardell, Esq. 

254. Autumn. 

WARD, E. M., R.A., 5, Queen's Villas, Windsor. 

255. Lady Russell antd Charles II. Lent by H. R. Willis, Esq. 

256. The Daughter op a King. 

Lent by L. W. Eaton, Esq., M.P. 

257. Alice Lisle Concealing the Fugitives. 

Lent by G. Fox, Esq. 

WARD, Mrs., 5, Queen's Villas, Windsor. 

258. Childhood of Joan of Arc. Lent by G. BuUock, Esq. 

259. Princess Charlotte of Wales. 



CLASS 1. — OIL PAINTINGS. 29 

WATERLOW, E. A., 3, St. Petersburgh Place, Bayswater, 
London. 

260. A EocKY Headland. Lent by W. B. Waterlow, Esq. 

261. August Moon. 

WATSON, J. D., 16, Great Edmund Terrace, Regent's Park, 
London. 
(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

262. " Only Been with a Few Friends." 

Lent by "Wm. Scott, Esq. 

263. The Gleaner's Harvest. Lent by Wm. Cocbrane, Esq. 

(^See Water Colotirs.) 

WATTS, G. F., R.A., Little Holland House, Kensington, London. 

264. Portrait of His Grace the Duke of Cleveland. 

Lent by the Duke of Cleveland. 

265. Pallas, Juno, and Venus. Lent by Lous Huth, Esq. 

266. Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. Percy Wyndham. 

Lent by the Hon. Percy Wyndham, M.P. 

267. Love and Death. 

268. Esau. 

269. General Laurence. 

270. Robert Browning. 

271. Herr Joachim. 

272. P. H. Calderon, R.A. (5'ee Sculpt^ire.) 

WEIGALL, H., 35, Bryanston Square, London. 

273. Portrait. 

WELLS, H. T., R.A., Thorpe Lodge, Campden Hill Road, London. 

274. Letters and News at the Loch Side. 

Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts. 

275. Portrait of Miss Magniac. Lent by C. Magniac, Esq. 

276. Portrait of Mrs. Coleridge Kennaird. 

Lent by Coleridge Kennaird, Esq. 

277. Portrait of Dr. Lionel Beale. Lent by Dr. Lionel Beale. 

WYLLIE, W. L., 36, Gloucester Road, Regent's Park, London. 

278. Sea Birds. Lent by J. B. Burgess, Esq., A.R.A. 



30 WORKS OF ART. 

WYNFIELD, D. W., 14, Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, 
London. 

279. The New Curate. Lent by Messrs. Virtue & Co. 

280. Death of Villiers, Duke of Buckiis-gham. 

YEAMES, W. F., A.R.A., 4, Grove End Road, London. 

281. AaiT ROBSART. 

Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts. 

282. The Last Bit of Gossip. Lent by G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 
383. Pour les Pauvres. Lent by Messrs. T. Agnew & Sons. 



CLASS 2. 



Water Colours. 

ABSOLON, J., 106, Palace Gardens Terrace, London. 
{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

1. Emigrant Ship; Suis^dat Evening. 

2. "The Heroines Undertook the Task 

Thro' lanes unknown, o'er stiles they clambered." 

CGrai/.) 

ALLINGHAM, Mrs., 12, Trafalgar Square, Chelsea, London. 
(JMemher of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

3. Task Work. Lent by H. J. Hyde, Esq. 

4. Young Customers. Lent by G. Bell, Esq. 

5. The Old LIen's Gardens, Chelsea Hospital. 

Lent by Humphrey Roberts, Esq. 

ANDREWS, G. H., the Cedars, New Brentford, Middlesex. 
(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

6. An Italian Seaport. Lent by S. F. Gosling, Esq. 

ANGELL, Mrs., 44, Kensington Square, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

7. Roses. Lent by Louis Huth, Esq. 

8. Raspberries. ' Lent by W. Eastlake, Esq. 



CLASS 2. — WATER COLOURS. 31 

AUMONIER, J., 136, Camden Eoad, London. 
(^Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

9. A Fishing Village. Lent by M. Billing, Esq. 

(5'ee Oil Paintings, and Black and White.) 

BOUGH, SAM., E.S.A., 2, Hill Street, Edinburgh. 

10. WiNTON Castle. 

11. Arran Hill, prom Kelly Park. 

BOUVIER, AUG., 56, Alexandra Eoad, St. John's Wood, Lon- 
don. 
{Member of the Institute ofPaijiters in Water Colours.) 

12. The Dance. Lent by Colin Minton Campbell, Esq., M.P, 

BOYCE, G. P., West House, Glebe Place, Chelsea, London." 
{Member of the Society of Paijiters in Water Colours.) 

13. On the Skirts op Smithfield, London. 

Lent by G. D. Leslie, Esq., E.A. 

14. Where stood Bridewell Hospital and Prison, London. 

Lent by W. Bowman, Esq., F.R.S. 

15. Ancient House and Church at Ludlow, Shropshire. 

Lent by C. Grainger, Esq. 

BRADLEY, BASIL, 2, CHfton Villas, Maida Hill, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

16. Mary's Pair Gift to Robin. Lent by Thos. Whalley, Esq. 

17. Ten Minutes Late for the Meet. 

Lent by J. Galsworthy, Esq. 

BREWTNALL, E. P., The Mall, Park Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

18. Beaching the Boat. {See Oil Fainting 

BRIERLY, O. W., 38, Ampthill Square, London. 

{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

19. Blake waiting to attack the Royalist Fleet. 



32 WORKS OF ART. 

BUCKMAN, E., Highlight, Campden Hill, London. 

{Associate of the Society/ of Painters in Water Colours.) 

20. London Street Cries. Lent by A. Harris, Esq. 

21. Football. Lent by Captain Hill. 

CALLOW, W., Great Missenden, Bucks. 

(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

22. Menaggio ; Lake of Como. 

23. Canal Scene, Rotterdam. 

COLLIER, THOS,, 56, Upper Park Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London, 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

24. Arundel Park. Lent by John Burton, Esq. 

COOPER, T. S., R,A., 42, Chepstow ViUas West, London. 

25. A Monarch of the Meadows, {See Oil Paintings.) 

COTMAN, E. G., 10, Boscobel Place, Alpha Road, London. 

26. Wargrave Church. Lent by J. Barber, Esq. 

27. Fishing Harbour and Village on the Scotch Coast. 

Lent by T. W, Cotman, Esq. 
{See Oil Paintiyigs.) 

CRANE, WALTER, Beaumont Lodge, Wood Lane, Shepherd's 
Bush, London. 

28. The Death of the Year. Lent by Miss Penelope Moule. 

29. Almond Trees on Monte Pinceo, Rome. 

Lent by G. E. Street, Esq., R.A. 
{See Oil Paintings.) 

CRroDLE, Mrs. H. Addlestone, Weybridge. 

{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

30. Observe her Eyes, the Flattering Tale believed. 

DALZIEL, E. G., 33, Belsize Park Gardens, London. 

31. Sheep. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 



CLASS 2. — WATER COLOURS. 33 

DILLON, FEANK, 13, Upper Phillimore Gardens, London. 

32. In the Hareem of Sheik Sadat. (-S'ee Old Paintings.) 

DOBSON, W. C. T., E.A., Eldon House, Eosljn Park, Hamp- 
stead, London. 

(Memhei' of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

33. Una Fascina di Olive. Lent by E. F. White, Esq. 

34. Waiting. Lent by Hy. Graves, Esq. 

35. Capri Peasant Girl. Lent by T. C. Baring, Esq., M.P. 

DONALDSON, A. B., 10, ArgyU Eoad, Kensington, London. 

36. "View of Chester. Lent by B. Simonds, Esq. 

37. Venice from the Public Gardens. 

Lent by E. Twining, Esq. 
(^See Oil Paintings.) 

DUFFIELD, Mrs., 4, Upper Phillimore Gardens, London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

38. Group of Flowers. Lent by A. Bishop, Esq. 

DUNCAN, E., 36, Upper Park Eoad, Haverstock Hill, London. 
QMember of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

39. Brig on the Eocks near Dunbar, N.B. 

Lent by Hy. Brooks, Esq. 

EVANS, SAMUEL T. G., Eton CoUege, Windsor. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

40. EocK OF Gibraltar, North Front. 

FAHEY, E. H., 10, Elsham Eoad, Kensington, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

41. The Higher Pool. Lent by F. Millbanke, Esq. 

(^See Oil Paintings.) 

FISHEE, MAEK, 2, The Mall, Park Eoad, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

42. Canal Jump on the Ouse. Lent by John Whitehead, Esq. 

(iSee Oil Paintings.) 



34 WORKS OF ART. 

FOSTEE, BIRKET, The Hill, Witley, Surrey. 

(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

43. Falls of the Tummel. 

44. On the Thajmes. 

45. The Market at Toulon. Lent by H. Gilbey, Esq. 

FEIPP, A. D., 1, Bellevue, Hampstead, London. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

46. Dinner Time at the Purbeck Quarries. 

Lent by the Corporation of Liverpool. 

47. The Quarry Path. Lent by John Fowler, Esq. 

48. WoRTLEBERRT GATHERERS. Lent by G. Philip, Esq., jun. 

GILBEET, SIE JOHN, E.A., Vanbrugh Park, West, Black- 
heath. 

(President of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

49. Othello, Desdemona, and Brabantio before the Doge and 

Senate. Lent by C. L. CoUard, Esq. 

50. The Guide through the Forest. 

Lent by John Burton, Esq. 

51. Joan op Arc at the Coronation of Charles VH. 

(See Oil Paintings.) 

GILLIES, Miss, 25, Church Eow, Hampstead, London. 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

52. The End of the Pilgrimage. Lent by W. B. Marshall, Esq. 

GOODALL, E. A., 57, Fitzroy Eoad, Primrose HiU, London. 
(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

53. Near the Pyf,a]mids op Sakhara. 

54. Silk and Calico Bazaar. 

GEEEN, C, Charlecote, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. ' 

55. A Country Circus. Lent by W. Carver, Esq. 

56. Here They come : Derby Day. 

Lent by C. J. Wertheimer, Esq. 
(See Oil Paintings, and Black and White.) 



CLASS 2. — WATER COLOURS. 35 

GKEEN, TOWNELEY, 78, Park Eoad, Haverstock Hill, Lon- 
don. 
(^Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours, London.^ 

57. A EoADSiDE Inn. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

GREGOEY, E. J., 6, Abercorn Place, St. John's Wood, London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

58. Sir Galahad. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq, 

59. St. George. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq, 

(^See Oil Paintings, and Black and White.') 

HAAG, GAEL, Ida Villa, Lyndlmrst Eoad, Hampstead, Londor. 
(JSIember of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

60. Ttrolese Huntsman and Mountain Girl. 

Lent by E. Sibetb, Esq-. 

61. Danger in the Desert. Lent by W. Eield, Esc. 

62. The Koran Eeader. Lent by E. H. Prance, Esq. 

HALE, W. M., 4, Manchester Street, Manchester Square, Lon- 
don. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours,) 

63. On the Coast or Somerset. 

64. Great Eock oe Coigach. 

HAEEISON, Miss, 115, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, Lon- 
don. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

65. Wild Hyacinths. 

HAYES, E., E.H.A., Briscoe House, Steeles' Eoad, Haverstock 
Hill, London. 

(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

66. North Sea Trawlers Leaving Great Yarmouth. 

Lent by J. H. Purvis, Esq. 



36 WORKS or ART. 

HEEKOMEE, H., Dyroliam, Bushey, Herts. 

(^Member of the Iiislitute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

67. WoODCCTTERS. Lent by C. E. Fry, Esq, 

68. Thf. Poacher's Fate. Lent by C. E. Ery, Esq. 

(iSee Oil Pai?itings, and Etchings.) 

HINE, H. G., 130, Haverstock HiU, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

69. FOLKINGTON HiLL, SuSSEX, HAYMAKING. 

Lent by A. Bishop, Esq. 

70. CoRFE Castle, Dorsetshire. Lent by A. Bisbop, Esq. 

71. Moonlight, Shoreham, Sussex. Lent by A. Bisbop, Esq. 

HOLIDAY, H., Oak, Tree House, Hampstead, Middlesex. 

72. Ideal Portrait oe Dante. 

HOLLOW AY, C. E., Hogarth Club, 84, Charlotte Street, 
Fitzroy Square. London. 
(^Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

73. The Old Tower at Eye, Sussex. 

Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 
(^See Oil Pai7itings,) 

HOPKINS, A., 22, St. Ann's Villas, Notting HUl, London. 
(^Associate of the Society of Pai?iters in Water Colours.) 

74. The Quay. Lent by J. Gurney, Esq. 

(^See Black and White.) 

HOUGHTON, A. B. (born 1836 ; died 1875). 

(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

75. Sheikh Hamyl. Lent by G. Dalziel, Esq. 

HUNT, A. W., 1, Tor Villa, Campden Hill, London. 
(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

76. Ullswater. 

77. Loch Coruisku, Isle of Skye. {See Oil Paintings.) 



CLASS 2. — WATER COLOURS. 37 

JACKSON, S. p., 1, River Terrace, Henley-on-Thames. 
{Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

78. Evening on the Thames. Lent by the Rev. S. B. Warner. 

79. St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. 

Lent by the Rev. S. B. Warner. 

JOHNSON, E. X., Sible, Hedingham, near Halstead, Essex. 
(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

80. The Anxious Mother. Lent by Birket Foster, Esq. 

81. The Bailiff's Daughter. 

JOHNSON, H., 12, London Road, St. John's Wood, London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

82. The Land of Lorne. Lent by J. D. Hill, Esq. 

83. Dawn. Lent by H. J. Hyde, Esq. 

JONES, E. BURNE, The Grange, North End, Eulham, London. 

84. Love among the Ruins. Lent by F. Craven, Esq. 

85. Love as Wisdom. Lent by W. Graham, Esq. 

(^See Oil Paintings.) 

JOPLING, J. M., 8, Clareville Grove, South Kensington, Lon- 
don. 

86. Preparing te Banquet. 

87. Skipping. 

88. The Black Country. 

KILBURNE, G. G., Hawkhurst Road, Steele's Road, Haverstock 
Hill, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

89. When Ocr Gudeman's Awa'. 

KNIGHT, JOSEPH, Tyntwll, near Llanrwst, North Wales. 

90. Twilight. Lent by G. F. White, Esq. 

(5'ee Oil Paintings, and Black and White.) 

LEWIS, J. F., R.A. (died 1875). 

91. Street at Cairo. Lent by J. Dyson Perrins, Esq. 

92. The Lilium Auratum. Lent by Wm. Quilter, Esq. 



38 WORKS or ART. 

93. The School, Cairo. Lent by Wm. Quilter, Esq. 

94. The Prayer of Faith shall Heal the Sick. 

Lent by Wm. Quilter, Esq. 
(S'ee Oil Paintings!) 

LINTON, J. D., Ettrick House, Steele's Eoad, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

95. Ave Maria. Lent by C. J. Wertheimer, Esq. 

96. Oef Guard. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

97. The Cardinal Minister. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq., jun. 

LUCAS, SEYMOUR, 26, Cavendish Square, London. 
{Metnher of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

98. A Letter to Phillis. Lent by Major Barker, 

LUXMORE, A. C. H., 2a, Brondesbury Road, Kilburn, 
London. 

99. I Will and Bequeath. 

MACBETH, JAMES, 23, Newman Street, London. 

100. Sunday Evening, Chelsea Hospital Gardens. 

Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 
(^See Oil Paintings.) 

MARKS, H. S., A.R.A., 15, Hamilton Terrace, St. John's 
Wood, London. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters iji Water Colours.) 

101. The Princess and the Pelicans. Lent by W. Burges, Esq. 

(^See Oil Paintings.) 

MARSH, A. H., 8, St. Augustine's Road, Camden Road, 
London. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

102. The Mussel Gatherer. Lent by Humphrey Roberts, Esq. 

103. Driftwood. Lent by C. J. Gallowav, Esq. 



CLASS 2. — -WATER COLOURS. 39 

MOLE, J. H., 7, Guildford Place, Russell Square, London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

104. In Yewdale. Lent by S. Bourne, Esq. 

105. St. Michael's Mount. Lent by G. Philip, Esq., junr. 

MONTALBA, Miss CLARA, 20, Stanley Crescent, Kensington 
Park Gardens, London. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

106. Fishing Boats ; Venice. Lent by W. Muir, Esq. 

107. A Corner in St. Mark's, Venice. 

NAFTEL, P. J., 4, St. Stephen's Square, Westbourne Park, 
London. 

{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

108. Across the Moor to Cioch-na-Oich, prom North Glen, 

Saunox, Isle of Arran, N.B. 

109. TuRCO Stream, near the Falls, Killarnet, Ireland. 

NEWTON, A. P., 44, Maddox Street, Regent Street, London. 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

110. Left bt the Tide. 

NORTH, J. W., 119, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, London. 
(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

111. The Parsonage Croft. Lent by R. H. Prance, Esq. 

112. The Land of Argyll. Lent by Lewis P. Jarvis, Esq. 

113. The White House. Lent by Lewis P. Jarvis, Esq. 

{See Black and White.) 

ORROCK, J., 48, Bedford Square, London. 

{Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

114. Lincoln Meadows. Lent by Richard Smith, Esq. 

115. TowYN Marshes, North Wales. 

Lent by G. B. Whitfield, Esq. 

PARKER, J., 37, Grove Road, St. John's Wood, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

116. Phoebe Dawson. Lent by W. B. Waterlow, Esq. 



40 WORKS or ART. 

PINWELL, G. J. (born 1842 ; died 1875). 

(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

117. The Pied Piper of Hamelin. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

118. St. James's Park. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

119. The Great Lady. Lent by Wm. Austin, Esq. 

(S'ee Black and White.) 

POYNTER, E. J., E.A., 11, Albert Terrace, Knigbtsbridge, 
London. 

120. Portrait of Mrs. Louis Courtauld. 

Lent by Louis Courtauld, Esq. 

121. Hardraw Scar, Yorkshire. (^See Oil Paintings.) 

EEAD, S., Parkside, Bromley, Kent. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

122. Notre Dame de Brou-Bourg. 

RICHAEDSON, T. M., 12, Porebester Terrace, London. 
(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

123. Valley of the Ehone from the Eorclas, Pass of the 

Tete Noire, Switzerland. 

Lent by A. Wbitelaw, Esq., M.P. 

EOBEETS, H. B., 14, Eton Villas, Haverstock HiU, London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

124. Doctoring Old Time. Lent by T. Nettlefold, Esq. 
SCOTT, W. B., Bellevue, Battersea Bridge, London. 

125. Eve. 

SEVEEN, AETHUE, Heme Hill. 

126. A Eay of Hope. Lent by S. Pope, Esq., Q.C. 

127. Portrait of Mrs. Severn. 

SKILL, F. J., 219, Maida Vale, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

128. View on the Tiber. Lent by tbe Eev. T. E. Eavenshaw. 

129. San Lorenzo, Genoa. Lent by tbe Eev. T. F. Eavenshaw. 



CLASS 2. — WATER COLOURS. 41 

SMALL, W. 294, Camden Road, London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

130. The Birch Tree. Lent by C. E. Fry, Esq. 

131. Going to Market, Connemara. Lent by R. Hopkin«, Esq. 

132. Poplars. Lent by A. Bell, Esq. 

(^See Oil Painti7igs.) 

SMALLFIELD, F., 52, Boundary Road, St. John's Wood, 
London. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours?) 

133. The Weeding Women's House. 

SMITH, COLLINGWOOD, Wyndham Lodge, Brixton. 
(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

134. Mount Pilatus, Lucernte. 

135. The Pope's Palace, Avignon. 

STILLMAN, Mrs., The Shrubbery, Clapham Common. 

136. Fiammetta. 

TAYLER, F., 38, Avenue Road, London. 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

137. The Gamekeeper's Daughter. Lent by W. Gilbey, Esq. 

138. Woodland Hunting. Lent by W. Gilbey, Esq. 

139. A Cattle Ferry Boat. Lent hy W. Gilbey, Esq. 

TOPHAM, F. W. (born 1809 ; died 1877). 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

140. Venetian Water Carriers. Lent by A. D. Halford, Esq. 

141. The Eve of the Festa. Lent by H. A. Brassey, Esq., M.P. 

VACHER, C, 4, The Boltons, South Kensington, London. 
(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

142. Sunrise at Thebes. 

WALKER, F., A.R.A. (born 1840 ; died 1875). 

(Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

143. The Ferry. Lent by F. Lehmann., Esq 



42 WORKS OF ART. 

144. The Fishmonger's Shop. Lent by F. Lehmann, Esq. 

145. The Farm Garden. Lent by F. Lelmiann, Esq. 

146. The Housewife. Lent by K. H. Prance, Esq. 

147. The Village. Lent by Miss Caroline Agnew. 

148. The Chaplain's Daughter. Lent by Birket Foster, Esq. 

149. "Let us drink to the Health of the Absent," said 

Petit pere solemnly ; but Catherine gave a sudden excla- 
mation and put down her glass untouched ; " Look, ah, 
look," she cried, pointing through the window ..." Who 
was that standing there in a straw hat ? " 

150. The Harbour of Eefuge. Lent by S. Beaumont, Esq. 

151. The Three Fates. Lent by George Smith, Esq. 

152. The Violet Field. Lent by A. D. Halford, Esq. 

(-See Oil Paijitings, and Black and White.') 

WALTON", F., Holmbury Hill, Dorking. 

153. Pool Bat, Bournemouth, 

WAEEEN, E. G., 1a, Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, 
London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.') 

154. Barden Tower, Wharfedale. 

155. Epping Forest, Summer Time. 

WATSON, J. D., 22, St. Edmund's Terrace, Eegent's Park, 
London. 

(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

156. The Stolen Marriage, Lent by Sir Henry James. 

157. Book Lore. Lent by T. Whalley, Esq. 

158. The Tailor's News. Lent by Humphrey Eoberts, Esq. 

(/S'ee Oil Paintings.) 

WEBEE, OTTO, 20, Greville Eoad, St. John's Wood, London. 
(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours^ 

159. The Thames at Streatlet. Lent by Baron Von Schroeder. 

WHAITE, H. CLAEENCE, 16, Douro Place, Victoria Eoad, 
London. 

(^Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

160. Cajmbrian Heights. Lent by W. G. Ward, Esq. 

161. Snow in Harvest. Lent by C. J. Pooley, Esq. 



CLASS 2. — WATER COLOURS. 43 

WHYMPEE, J. W., Haslemere, Surrey. 

(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

162. Church and Lock, STRATPORD-ON-Avoisr. 

Lent by T. Hepburn, Esq. 

WILLIS, H. B., 12, Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, London. 
(^Member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

163. Cattle. Lent by Carl Haag, Esq 

WILSON, T. WALTER, 39, Beaufort Street, Chelsea, London. 
(^Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

164. Grandfather's Darling. Lent by J. N. Mappin, Esq. 

WOLF, J., The Avenue, 76, Fulham Road, London. 
(Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

165. A Row IN THE Jungle. (^See Black and White.) 



Drawings in Black and White. 

AUMONIER, J., 136, Camden Road, London. 
{Associate of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

166. Easton Broad, Suffolk. 

(S'ee Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 

GREEN, C, Charlecote, Hampstead Hill Gardens, London. 
(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

167. Illustrations to Charles Dickens' " The Old Curiosity 

Shop." Lent by Messrs. Chapman and Hall. 

168. Illustrations to Charles Dickens' " The Old Curiosity 

Shop." Lent by Messrs. Chapman and Hall. 

(^See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 

GREGORY, E. J., 6, Abercorn Place, St. John's Wood, London. 
(Member of the Institute ofPaititers in Water Colours.) 

169. A Votary of Pallas. Lent by C. J. Galloway, Esq. 

(^See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 



44 TVOllKS OF ART. 

HOPKINS, A., 22, St. Ann's Villas, Netting Hill, London. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.^ 

170. " In Tow." Lent by H. S. Marks, Esq., A.R.A. 

171. " Engaged." 

Lent by the Proprietors of the " Illustrated London News." 

(^See Water Colottrs.} 

KEENE, CHARLES, 26, Golden Square, London. 

172. Sketches for " Punch." 

173. Sketches for " Punch." 

KNIGHT, JOSEPH, TyntwU, near Llanrwst, North Wales. 

174. The Ferry. Lent by E. Crompton Potter, Esq. 

175. After Sdndown. (^See Oil Paintiiigs and Water Colours.^ 

MAURIER, GEORGE BUSSON DU, New Grove House, 
Hampstead, Middlesex. 

176. Various Drawings published in "Punch." 

177. Various Drawings published in "Punch." 

178. Various Drawings published in " Punch." 

NORTH, J. W., Woolstone Moor, near Williton, Somerset. 
{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours). 

179. Drawings on Wood ; English Landscapes. 

Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 
{See Water Colours.^ 

PINWELL, F. J. (born 1842 ; died 1875). 
(Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.') 

180. Drawings on Wood; Rustic Subjects. 

Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 
{See Water Colours.) 

SAMBOURNE, LINLEY, 18, Stafford Terrace, Kensington, 
London. 

181. " Birds of a Feather," published in " Punch." 



CLASS 2, — DRAWINGS IN BLACK AND WHITE. 45 

182. EoYAL Academy Drawing for 1877. 

183. Drawings for " Punch." 

TENNIEL, JOHN, 10, Portsdown Road, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters m Water Colours.') 

184. '•' Before the Tournament," Cartoon for " Punch." 

Lent by Mrs. T. Agnew. 

185. " In the Mel:6e," Cartoon for " Punch." 

Lent by Mrs. T. Agnew. 

WALKER, P., A.R A. (born 1840 ; died 1875). 

(JMember of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

186. Bathers ; Drawing on Wood. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

187. The Dame's School. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

188. The Nosegay. Lent by E. Dalziel, Esq. 

(^See Oil Paintings and Water Colours.) 

WOLF, J., The Avenue^ 76, Fulham Road, London. 

(^Member of the Institute of Painters in Water Colours.) 

189. " Age.", 

190. " Snowstorm in the Alps." 

19 L A Combat. (^See Water Colours.) 



CLASS 3. 



Sculpture. 
ADAMS, G. C, 126, Sloane Street, London. 

1. Medals. 

ADAMS-ACTON, J., Margutta House, Marylebone Road, 
London. 

2. Zenobia. 

3. Lady Victoria Campbell. 



46 WORKS OP ART. 

BIRCH, C. B., 21a, Great College Street, Westminster, London. 

4. A Wood Nymph. Lent by E. Hornsby, Esq. 

BOEHM, J. E., A.R.A., The Avenue, 76, Fulham Road, London 

5. A Clydesdale Stallion Rearing. 

6. Thomas Carlyle. 

7. J. A. M. Whistler. 

BRODIE, W., R.S.A., St. Helen's, Cambridge Street, Edinburgh. 

8. Her Majesty Queen Victoria. 

9. The Right Hon. Baroness Burdett Coutts. 

D'EPINAY, Rome. 

10. Her Royal Highness The Princess op Wales. 

11. Miss Florence Ha3ijlton, Lent by M. H. Say. 

12. MADA3IE D'Epinay. Lent by Madame Mottel de la Fontaine. 

FOLEY, J. H., R.A. (born 1818 ; died 1874). 

13. Edmund Burke. "] 

14. Oliver Goldsmith. 

15. A Parsee Merchant. 

16. Thomas Grattan. 

17. Lord Clyde. 

18. Professor Faraday. ^ 

19. Caractacus. Lent by the Art Union of London. 

FONTANA, G., 25, Glebe Place, Chelsea, London. 

20. Cupid captured by Venus. 

FULLER, CHARLES FRANCIS (died 1875). 

21. The Castaway. 

22. The Peri. 

GLEICHEN, H.S.H. COUNT, St. James' Palace, London. 

23. King Alpred the Great, 

24. Garibaldi. 

25. A Bacchante. 



Lent by the Executors of the late 
J. H. Foley, Esq., R.A. 



CLASS 3. — SCULPTURE. 47 

GO WEE, LORD RONALD. 

26. "La Garde meurt et ne se rend pas." 

GRANT, Miss MARY, Ebenezer House, Gloucester Gate, 
Regent's Park, London. 

27. St. Margaret and the Dragon. 

"Then she was dragged to a dungeon, where Satan, in the 
form of a terrible dragon, came upon her with his inflamed 
and hideous mouth open, and sought to terrify and confound 
her ; but she held up the cross of the Redeemer, and he fled 

before it " ■-. 

{Incident in the Life of St. Margaret of Aiitioch.) 

28. Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. 

Lent by the Royal Academy of Arts. 

29. Lady Augusta Stanley. 

JOY, A. BRUCE, 16, Pembridge Gardens, Bayswater, London. 

30. Forsaken. 

31. Professor Max Mtjller. 

JUNCK, F., 32, Grove Road, St. John's Wood, London. 

32. Relaxation. Lent by W. L. Christie, Esq., M.P. 

LEIGHTON, F., R.A., 2, Holland Park Road, London. 

33. Athlete wrestling with a Python. 

Lent by the Council of the Royal Academy of Arts. 
(^See Oil Paintings.') 

LAWLOR, MICHAEL, 193, Ladbroke Grove Road, London. 

34. Statuette. 

35. Statuette. 

MCLEAN, T. N., 141, Church Street, Chelsea, London. 

36. "loNE." Lent by A. M. Marsden, Esq. 



48 WORKS OP ART. 

MARSHALL, WM. CALDER, R.A., 115, Ebury Street, London. 

37. Tali Players. 

38. Nausicaa. 

SIMONDS, GEORGE, 152, Buckingham Palace Road, London. 

39. Cupid taming a Panther. Lent by P. Allan Eraser, Esq. 

40. Eros. 

STEPHENS, E. B., A.R.A., 110, Buckingham Palace Road, 
London. 

41. The Bathers. 

42. The "Wrestler. 

STEVENS, A. (died in 1875). 

43. Cariatid Figure ; Plaster Model por Marble Chimney 

AT Dorchester House, London. Lent by J. Gamble, Esq. 

44. Cariatid Figure; Plaster Model por Marble Chimney 

AT Dorchester House, London. Lent by J. Gamble, Esq. 

TIMWORTH, G., Lambeth Potteries, London. 

45. The Descent prom the Cross. 

WATTS, G.F.,R. A., Little Holland House, Kensington, London. 

46. Clytie. Lent by the Right Honourable Cowper-Temple, M.P. 

(^See Oil Paintings. y 



CLASS 4. 



Architectural Drawings and Models. 

AITCHISON, GEORGE, B.A., F.R.I.B.A., 150, Harley 
Street, London. 

1. Decoration of Drawing and Dining Rooms at Kensington 
Palace. 

Executed for Her Royal Highness Princess Louise. 



CLASS 4. — ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND MODELS. 



49 



2. Decoration of 

Eoo3r, 

3. Decoration of 

4. Decoration of 

5. Decoration of 

6. Decoration of 

7. Decoration of 

8. Decoration of 

EOOM, 

9. Board Eoom, 

London. 



Large Drawing 
Boudoir. 

Inner Hall. 

Staircase. 

Drawing Koom.- 

BOUDOIR. 

Green Drawing 



Executed for T. E. SaiiTii, 
Esq., M.P., 52, Princes 
Gate, London. 

'Executed for The Hon. 
Percy Wtndham, M.P., 
44, Belgrave Square, 
London. 

Executed for F. Lehmann, 
• Esq., 15, Berkeley Square, 
London. 



Thames Conservancy, Trinity Square, 



BARRY, CHARLES, F.S.A., E.R.I.B.A., 1, Westminster Cham- 
bers, Victoria Street, London. 

(^President of the Royal Institute of British Architects.^ 

10. Alleyn's College, Dulwich ; General View. 

11. Alleyn's College, Dulwich; Interior of Great Hall. 

12. Alleyn's College, Dulwich ; various Internal and Ex- 

ternal Features. 

13. Burlington House, London ; New Buildings for the 

Learned and Scientific Societies of England. 

14. Stevenstone House, North Devon, as altered and 

enlarged ; the residence of mark rolle, esq. 

BARRY, E. M., R.A., F.R.I.B.A., 21, Abingdon Street, London. 
(^Member of the Royal Academy of Arts, London.') 

15. New National Gallery, London; partly Erected. 

16. New National Gallery, London ; Interior. 

17. Hospital for Sick Children, Great Or^iond Street, 

London. 

18. Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, 

London; Interior of Chapel. 

19. Crewe Hall, Cheshire ; Rebuilt and Enlarged. 

20. Crewe Hall, Cheshire ; Interior of Hall. 

21. Crewe Hall, Cheshire ; Staircase. 

22. Crewe Hall, Cheshire ; Photographs. 

23. Wtkehurst, Sussex; Garden Front. 



50 WORKS OF ART. 

BATTEEBUEY AND HUXLEY, Messrs., 25, Great James 
Street, Bedford Eow, London. 

24. House with Studio erected at Haverstock Hill for 

jAiiES D. Linton, Esq. 

BICKEEDIKE, ALFEED, 10, Adam Street, Strand, London. 

25. Apse of Christ Church, Westminster Bridge Eoad. 

BOULNOIS, W. A., F.E.I.B.A., 27, Eegent Street, London. 

26. Villa on the Lago Maggiore at Baveno. 



BEOOKS, JAMES, F.E.I.B.A., 35, Wellington Street, Strand, 
London. 

27. Church of Saint-Mart- at-te Cross, Shoreditch. 

28. Church of Saint Chad, Haggerstone; Side Chapel and 

Plan. 

29. Schools op Saint Michael with Consent op Saint Mart- 

AT-TE Cross, Shoreditch. 

30. Church of St. John Baptist, Kensington. 

31. Church op the Annunciation, Chislehurst, Kent. 

BLTIGES, WILLIAM, F.E.I.B.A., 15, Buckingham Street, 
Strand, London. 

32. Clock Tower at Cardiff Castle ; erected for the 

Marquis op Bute. 

33. Bishop's Throne, Cork Cathedral. 

34. Chancel of St. Mart the Virgin, Studlet Eotal, York- 

shire. 

CAEPENTEE, E. H., F.EJ.B.A., AND INGELOW, B., 4, 

Eegent Street, London. 

35. Chapel of St. Mart and St. Nicholas in course of 

erection at Lancing College, Sussex. 

CHAIMPNEYS, BASIL, 39, Great Marlborough Street, London. 

36. Village Church at Matfield, Kent. 

37. Church of St. Peter- le-Bailet, Oxford. 

38. New Diyinitt Schools, Cambridge. .. 



CLASS 4. — ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND MODELS. 51 

CHRISTIAN, E., F.R.I.B.A., 8«, Whitehall Place, London. 

39. St. Mark's Church, Leicester; Interior View, looking 

EAST. 

40. MaYFIELD ; NEW LIBRARY WiNG ERECTING FOR THE Rt. HON. 

Lord Penzance. 

41. St. Peter's Church, Wolverhampton; North-east View, 

AS Restored. 

42. LOUGHRIGG BrOAV, AmBLESIDE, WESTMORELAND. 

CLARKE, G. SOMERS, F.R.I.B.A., 20, Cockspur Street, London. 

43. Wteold Court, Oxfordshire ; Mansion erected for 

E. Hermon, Esq.,, M.P. West View. 

44. Wtfold Court, Oxfordshire ; Mansion erected for 

E. Hermon, Esq., M.P. South-west View. 

45. Wtfold Court, Oxfordshire ; Mansion erected for E. 

Hermon, Esq., M.P. North-east View. 

CLARKE, SOMERS, JUNIOR, 6, Delahaye Street, London. 

46. Interior view of St. Martin's Church, Brighton. 

CLARKE, T. C, F.R.I.B.A., 63, Bishopsgate Street within, 
London. 

47. London Offices of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Bishops- 

gate Street within. 

COCKERELL, F. P., F.R.I.B.A., 18, Manchester Square, 
London. 

''Crawley Court, Winchester." 

Do. Do. Do. 

Down Hall, Essex. 
Borrowslea, Surrey. 



48. 



Photographic views of 
Do. Do. y buildings ;erected from 



Freemasons' Hall, London. 
Lythe Hill, Surrey. 

Do. Do. 

^Dytthaven. 



his designs. 



52 WORKS OF ART. 



""Water Colour Gallery. 
Tomb at Algiers. 
Tomb at Kensal Greex. 

MoisTTMENT IN St. PaUl'S. 

Memorial Column at York. 
Cap op Memorial Column at 

York. 
Memorial Colusin at Slough. 
Chimnet-piece at Cliefden. 
Tomb at Stanmore. 



49. ■{ 



Photographic views of 
buildings, &c. erected 



COOKE, CHARLES H., F.R.I.B.A., Burlington Chambers, 
180, New Bond Street, London. 

50. New Church of St. John Baptist, Plumstead, Kent. 

CUEREY, HENRY, E.R.I.B.A., 37, Norfolk Street, Strand, 
London. 

51. St. Thomas's Hospital, London; Front to the River 

Thames. 

52. St. Thomas's Hospital, London ; Pront to the Palace 

Road. 

CURZON, HENRY, A.R.I.B.A., 61, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London. 

53. Church of St. Michael, Wood Green, Middlesex. 

54. HoLKER Street Board Schools, Barrow-in-Furness. 

EDIS, R. W., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 14, Fitzroy Square, London. 

55. Restoration and Additions to Buckden Place, Hun- 

tingdon. 

56. New Mansion near Ringwood, Hampshire. 

57. Boscombe Spa New Hotel, Bournemouth. 

58. Shop and Premises, New Bond Street, London. 

EMERSON, WILLIAM, F.R.I.B.A., 1, Westminster Chambers, 
Victoria Street, London. 

59. View of Muir College, Allahabad University, India. 



class 4. — architectural drawings and models. 53 

60. Quadrangle and Tower of Mlir College, Allahabad 

University, India. 

61. St. Mary's Church, Brighton, Interior View. 

62. Fountain in the Market, Bombay, India. 

FEKEEY, BENJAMIN, F.S.A., 15, Spring Gardens, London. 
(Vice-President of the Royal Institute of British Architects.^ 

63. Wynnstay, near Euabon, North Wales, the seat of Sir 

Watkin W. Wynn, Bart., M,P. 

FEEGUSSON, JAMES, F.E.I.B.A., 20, Langham Place, 
London. 

64. Eestoration of the Palace of Chosroes at Meshita in 

MOAB. 

GEOEGE, EENEST, A.E.LB.A., AND PETO,— 11, Argyll 
Street, London, 

65. EousDEN, Devonshire ; erected for Sir H. W. Peek, Bart., 

M.P. 
Q&. Premises in South Audley Street, London ; erected for 
Messrs. Goode and Co. 

67. Cottages on Chislehurst Common ; erected for C. 

Morley, Esq. 

GIBSON, JOHN, F.E.I.B.A., 13, Great Queen Street, London. 

68. National Provincial Bank of England at Sunderland. 

69. National Provincial Band of England at Newcastle-on- 

Tyne. 

70. Saloon and Staircase at Dobroyd Castle, near Todmor- 

DEN, Lancashire. 

71. SuNT>RY Banks, and other Buildings. 

GODWIN, EDWAED W., F.S.A., 8, Victoria Chambers, West- 
minster, London. 

72. Houses on the Thames EMBANaiiMENT, Chelsea. 

73. Deomore Castle, County Limerick, Seat of the Eight 

Hon. Earl of Limerick. 
'74. Small House at Northampton. 



54 WORKS OF ART. 

GOODMAN, THOS., Southend, Essex. 

75. Interior View of the Old Porch of Church at South 

Benflbet, Essex. 

HANSOM, JOSEPH, AND SON, Broadway Chambers, West- 
minster, London. 

76. Exterior of St. Philip's Church, Arundel ; erected for 

HIS Grace the Duke op Norfolk. 

77. Interior of St. Philip's Church, Arundel; erected foe 

his Grace the Duke of Norfolk. 

78. Interior of the Church of the Holt Name, Manchester ; 

ERECTED FOR THE SOCIETT OF JeSUS. 

79. Exterior of the Church of the Holt Name, Manchester ; 

ERECTED FOR THE SOCIETT OF JeSUS. 

HAYWAPD, CHARLES POSTER, E.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 20, 

Montagu Street, Russell Square, London. 

80. Natural Science Schools, Harrow, perspective View of 

Entrance Eront. 
8L Natural Science Schools, Harrow, Garden View. 

HENMAN, CHARLES, A.R.I.B.A., AND WILLIAM HARRI- 
SON, 9, Bedford Row, London. 

82. Board School (for 390 Children) at Southwick, Sus- 

sex. 

HENMAN, CHARLES, A.R.I.B.A., WILLIAM HARRI- 
SON, AND EDMUND T. PERROTT, 9, Bedford Row, 
London. 

83. Cottage Hospital, Walsall, Staffordshire. 

HILL, A., A.R.I.B.A., George Street, Cork. 

84. Section through round part op the Temple Church, 

London. 

I' ANSON, EDWARD, F.R.I.B.A., 7% Lawrence Pountney Hill, 
London. 

85. External View of Schools erected on the Site op the 

Charterhouse School bt the Worshipful Compant of 
Merchant Tatlors. 

86. Entrance Hall op the Buildings of the British and 

Foreign Bible Societt, Queen Victoria Street, Lon- 
don. 



class 4. architectural models and drawings. 55 

87. South Front op the Buildings of the British and 

Foreign Bible Society, Queen Victoria Street, Lon- 
don. 

JACKSON, THOMAS GEAHAM, Devereux Chambers, Temple, 
London. 

88. New Examination Schools eor the University op Ox- 

ford ; View in High Street. 

89. New Examination Schools for the University of Ox- 

ford ; View op Quadrangle. 

JAEVIS, H., AND SON, 29, Trinity Square, London. 

90. Church op St. Augustine, Bermondsey, Interior, looking 

West. 

91. Church op St. Augustine, Bermondsey; Interior or 

Chancel. 

JONES, HORACE, F.R.I.B. A., Guildhall, London. 

92. The London Central Meat Market. 

93. The London Central Poultry and Provision Market. 

94. Billingsgate Fish Market, London. 
' 95. The Guildhall Library, London. 

MAY, EDWAED JOHN, 155, Grove Lane, Denmark Hill, 
London. 

96. Ford's Hospital, Coventry, erected 1529, Elevation. 

97. Do. Do. Do. Do. Details. 

MICKLETHWAITE, J. T., 6, Delahaye Street, London. 

98. Interior op St. Hilda's Parish Church, Leeds. 

NOETON, J., F.E.I.B.A., AND P. E. MASEY, A.E.LB.A., 
24, Old Bond Street, London. 

98. Aquarium at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. 

100. Aquarium at Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

PALEY, L. G., F.E.I.B.A., AND AUSTIN, Lancaster. 

101. Church op St. Matthew and St. James, Mossley Hill, 

Liverpool. 



56 works of art. 

102. Church of St. Matthew axd St. James, Mosslet Hill, 

Liverpool. Photographs. 

103. Church of St. Matthew a^t> St. James, Mosslet Hill, 

Liverpool. 

PEAESON, JOHN L., A.R.A., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 46, Harley 
Street, London. 

(^Associate of the Boyal Academy of Arts, London.') 

104. St. Augustine's, Kilburn ; Iisiterior looiong East. 

105. Do. Do. Exterior View from the 

South East. 

106. Do. Do. jELEVATiojf of the Reredos. 

107. Sutton Veney Church, Wiltshire ; Interior View. 

108. Chapel of St. Peter's Home, Kilburn ; Interior View. 

109. Wentworth Church, Yorkshire ; View from the North 

East. 

110. Tower and Spire, St. Peter's, Vauxhall, London. 

111. Sculpture and Incised Decoration op St. Peter's, 

Vauxhall, London. 

112. Tower and Spire, Dalton Holme Church, Yorkshire. 

PENROSE, FRANCIS CRANMER, M.A., F.R.I.B.A., 68, St. 
Paul's Churchyard, London. 

113. A Perspective View of the Acropolis of Athens, as 

it may have appeared during the XIV. Century. 

PLIIMBE, ROWLAND, F.R.I.B.A., 13, Fitzroy Square, London. 

114. Exterior View of House now erecting for Wilber- 

FORCE Bryant, Esq., at Surbiton, Surrey. 

1 15. Interior of Congregational Church erected at Wood- 

ford, Essex. 

116. View of Warehouses erected in Thajies St., Green- 

HITHE. 

117. Business Premises erected in Ray St., Clerkenwell. 

ST. AUBYN, J. P., F.R.I.B.A., Temple, London. 

118. New Buildings, St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. 

119. Elevation, etc. of Hall Screen, Middle Temple, 

London. 



CLASS 4. — ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND MODELS. 57 

SCOTT, The late SIR GEORGE GILBERT, R.A., F.S.A., 
r.R.LB.A. (died in 1878). 

(^Member of the Royal Academy of Arts ^ London.') 

120. External View op the New Cathedral Church of St. 

Mary, Edinburgh. 

121. Internal View of the Neav Cathedral Church of St. 

Mart, Edinburgh. 

SCOTT, JOHN OLDRID, 31, Spring Gardens, London. 

122. St. Paul's Church, Manchester ; Exterior View. 

123. Exterior of Slough Parish Church, Bucks. 

SEDDON, JOHN P., F.R.I.B.A., 1, Queen Anne's Gate, S.W. 

124. Chancel Screen, Ingham Church, Norfolk. 

125. Interior Decoration of Chapel of St. Peter's Orphan- 

age, Isle of Thanet. 

SEWARD, JAMES & THOMAS, St. John's Chambers, 
Cardiff. 

126. Perspective View of the Neav Municipal Buildings now 

BEING erected AT CARDIFF. 

SHARPE, The late EDMUND, care of Messrs. Paley and 
Austin, Lancaster. 

127. Ornajmentation of Transitional Period of English 

Architecture. 

128. West Doorway, Cornella Church, Pyrenees Orientales, 

Prance. 

SHAW, RICHD. NORMAN, A.R.A., 30, Argyll Street, 
London. 

{Associate of the Boyal Academy of Arts, London.) 

129. IcKLEY Church. 

130. Pierrepoint. 

131. View of Wispers, near Midhurst, Sussex. 

SPIERS, R. PHENE, A.R.I.B.A., 12, Regent Street, London. 

132. Memorial Tower to Mrs. Locke, Locke Park, Barns- 



58 works of art. 

133. Mansion at Impney, near Droitwich; Principal Front 

(Mr. a. Tronquois, joint Architect). 

STEANE, ISAAC, 22, Little Park Street, Coventry. 

134. Restoration of Old Coventry Cross, showing a new 

Street opened up to the Church op St. Michael. 

STEVENSON, JOHN J., the Red House, Bayswater Hill, 
London. 

135. Red Brick Houses in Cadogan Square, London. 

STREET, GEORGE EDMUND, R.A., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 

14, Cavendish Place, London. 

(^Member of the Boyal Academy of Arts, London. Vice-Pre- 
sident of the Royal Institute of British Architects.^ 

136. Plan, Elevation, and Section of the New Cathedral 

OF Christ Church, Dublin. 

137. Plans and Elevation of a New Nave for Bristol Ca- 

thedral. 

138. Bird's Eye View of the New Palace of Justice, 

London. 

139. North View of Bristol Cathedral. 

SULMAN, JOHN, A.R.I.B.A., 16, Furnival's Inn, London. 

140. View of a House at Dorking, Surrey. 

141. Congregational Church at Beckenham, Ejejnt. 

TALBERT, B. J., 5, Euston Square, London. 

142. An Entresol; Water Colour Drawing. 

143. Screen Decoration and Furniture. 

TARRING, F. W., F.R.LB.A., and WILKINSON, 69, Basing- 
hall Street, London. 

144. Congregational Church at Enfield, Middlesex. 

145. Congregational Church at Blackburn, Lancashire. 

146. Studios and Show Rooms for Messrs. Doulton, Lasi- 

beth. 



CLASS 4. — ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS AND MODELS. 59 

TREVAIL, SYLVANUS, Tywardreath, Par, Cornwall. 

147. FowET Board Schools, Cornwall. 

148. St. Ives' Board Schools, Cornwall. 

149. Oxford Street Board Schools, Plymouth. 

WATERHOUSB, ALFRED, A.R.A., E.R.I.B.A., 20, New 

Cavendish Street, London. 

(^Associate of the Royal Academy of Arts, London.') 

150. The Clock Tower of the New Town Hall, Manchester. 

151. The New Natural History Museum, South Kensington. 

London. 

152. The Private Chapel at Eaton Hall, Cheshire, Seat of 

his Grace the Duke of Westminster. 

WATSON, THOS. henry, A.R.I.B.A., 9, Nottingham Place, 
London. 

153. Clifford Chambers, New Bond Street, 

154. Church of St. Mary, Loughton. 

WEBB, ASTON, A.R.I.B.A., 3, Duke Street, Adelphi, London. 

155. New Almshouses, Worcester. 

156. New Church at Penycae, near Ruabon, North Wales. 

WHICHCORD, JOHN, F.S.A., 11, Queen Victoria Street, 
London. 
(Jl^'ice- President of the Royal Institute of British Architects.) 

157. The National Safe Deposit Company' Premises, 1, Queen 

Victoria Street, London. 

158. St. Stephen's Club, Westminster. 

WHITE, WILLIAM, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 30a, Wimpole Street, 
London. 

159. St. Peter's Church, B^ittersea. 

160. St. Mark's Church, Battersea Rise. 

WORTHINGTON, T., F.R.LB.A., 110, King Street, Man- 
chester. 

161. Manchester City Police and Sessions Court; View in 

Minshull Street. 



60 "works of art. 

162. Manchester City Police and Sessions Court ; View in 

Bloom Street. 

163. Manchester City Police and Sessions Court; Principal 

Elevation of the Minshull Street FA9ADE. 

164. Manchester Memorial to the late Prince Consort. 

165. Mansion at Didsbury, near Manchester; Garden 

Front. 

166. Mansion at Didsbury, near Manchester; the Entrance 

Front. 

167. Photographs of Churches and Buildings erected in 

Manchester and its vicinity during the tears 1869- 
1875. 

WYATT, THOMAS H., F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., 77, Great Russell 
Street, London. 

168. Liverpool Exchange; View of the Quadrangle. 

169. !Mansion at Brockenhurst, Hants; built for John 

MoRANT, Esq. 

170. Mansion erected in Park Lane, London, for Sir 

Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks, Bart. 

YOUNG, WILLIAM, 14 and 15, Exeter Hall, London. 

171. Country Residence erected at Holmewood, Hunting- 

donshire. 



CLASS 5. 



Engravings on Steel and on Wood ; Etchings. 

ATKINSON, T. L., 6, Brunswick Villas, HiU Road, St. John's 
Wood, London. 

1. " Stella." Engraved after J. E, Millats, R.A. 

2. " Vanessa." Engraved after J. E. Millais, R.A. 

3. " The Holy Family." Engraved after F. Goodall, R.A. 

BARLOW, T. O., A.R.A., 38a, Victoria Road, Kensington, 
London. 

4. The Duke of Westminster. After J. E. Millais, R.A. 



CLASS 5. — ENGRAVINGS ON STEEL AND ON WOOD ; ETCHINGS. 6 I 

5. Sir Sterndale Bennett. After J. E. Millais, R.A. 

6. Little Strollers. After Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. 

BRADLEY, J. H., 26, Viale Principe Eugenio, Florence. 

7. Fondamenta di Ponte Luigio, Venice. Etching. 

8. Ponte Panada, Venice. Etcliing. 

9. Warwickshire Willows. Etching. 

DALZIEL, MESSRS., BROTHERS, 110, High Street, Camden 
Town, London. 

10. Proofs from wood engravings. Subjects from the works of 

C. Dickens, drawn by F. Barnard. 

11. Proofs from wood engravings. Subjects from Buntan's 

" Pilgrim's Progress," drawn by E. G. Dalziel. 

12. Proofs from wood engravings. Subjects from C. Dickens' 

"The Uncommercial Traveller," drawn by B. G. 
Dalziel. 

DOO, G. T., R.A., 4, Chancellor Road, West Dulwich. 

13. Portrait op Sir Thomas Laavrence, President of the Royal 

Academy of Arts. Engraved after Sir Thomas Lawrence. 

14. Portrait of Sir Charles Eastlake, President of the Royal 

Academy of Arts. Engraved after J, P. Knight, R.A. 

15. Portrait oe James Johnstone, M.D., Birmingham. Engraved 

after W. T. Roden. 

EDWARDS, EDWIN, 26, Golden Square, London. 

16. London from the top of the London Observatory. 

" Fumum et opes strepitumque." 

17. Bridge Building at Blackfriars. 

EVERSHED, A., 10, Mansfield Villas, Hampstead, Middlesex. 

18. On the Thames. (Etchings.) 

19. Dry Points. 

FAED, JAMES, 7, Barnton Terrace, Edinburgh. 

20. Portrait of the late Captain Dingwall Fordyce. En- 

graved after Sir Daniel Macnee, P.R.S.A. 

21. Portrait of a Lady. Engraved after Sir Daniel Macnee, 

P.R.S.A. 



62 WORKS OF ART. 

HADEN, SEYMOUR, 38, Hertford Street, Mayfair, London. 

22. Calais Pier, after Turner (etching in progress for mezzo-tint- 

ing-) 

23. Breaking up of the "Agamemnon," 1870. (Etching.) 

HERKOMEE, HUBERT, Dyreham, Bushey, Herts. 
{Member of the Institute of Painters m Water Colours.') 

24. Souvenir of Rembrandt. (Etching.) 

25. A Welsh Woman. (Etching.) 

{See Oil Pai7itings and Water Colours.') 

HESELTINE, J. P., 196, Queen's Gate, London. 

{Great Yarmouth. 
Hambledon, Surrey. 
Branscombe, Devon. 
{Gainsborough Lane, Ipswich. 
Near RajMSGate. 
Ramsgate Harbour. 

HOOPER, W. H., 28, Fleet Street, London. 

28. Proofs from Wood Engravings. 

29. Proofs from Wood Engravings, Book Plates, &c. 

MACBETH, R. W., 6, The Mall, Park Road, Haverstock Hill, 
London. 

{Associate of the Society of Painters in Water Colours.) 

30. A Lincolnshire Gang. 

31. PoTATOE Harvest in the Fens. 

32. " Ca, the Yowes to the Knowes." {See Oil Paintings.) 

PALMER, S., Furze Hill House, Mead Vale, Red Hill, Surrey. 
{Member of the Society of Pai?iters in Water Colours.) 

33. The Morning of Life. 

34. The Early Ploughman. 

RICHETON, L., 39, Pembroke Square, London. 

35. Portrait of Richard Wagner. 

36. William IH. when a Boy, after Rembrandt. 



CLASS 5. — ENaRAVINGS ON STEEL AND OX WOOD ; ETCHINGS. 63 

STACPOOLE, F., 23, Vale Place, West Kensington, London. 

37. The Eoll Call. Engraved after Mrs. Butler (Miss Eliza- 
beth Thompson). 
-38. The Palm Offering. Engraved after F. Goodall, E.A. 

39. Circe and the Friends op Ulysses. Engraved after Briton 

Riviere, A.R.A. 

SWAIN, JOSEPH, 6, Bouverie Street, Strand, London. 

40. Proofs prom Woodcuts for Books and Magazines. (From 

drawings by various artists.) 

41. Proofs from Woodcuts. (From drawings by W. Small.) 

42. Proofs prosi Woodcuts, for " Punch." 



LONDON: 

Printed by Geosge E. Eyke and William Spottiswoode, 

Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty. 

For Her Majesty's Stationery OSce. 

[B 48.— 2000.— 5/78.] 



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